A group of high school senior baseball players in California found themselves in hot water after posing for a photo without masks. The John Burroughs High School varsity team had been scheduled to begin conditioning work on March 1, but the team had to delay those plans after Burbank Unified School District Superintendent Matt Hill handed down a two-week suspension in response to the maskless photo. Hill explained his decision in an email to the Los Angeles Daily News : We had a group of players and families dress up in uniform and take pictures on campus in violation of health orders (no masks, no social distancing, and mixing of families). They then posted the picture on a JBHS baseball social media site. No player or family from the team notified the coach, school, or district of this health order violation. I have decided to delay the return of athletic conditioning for the JBHS baseball team by one week so that the team can review health guidelines and safety … [Read more...] about High School Baseball Players Suspended for Taking Senior Photo Without Masks
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By: KDKA-TV News Staff MECHANICSBURG (KDKA) – The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association has released a new mask mandate prior to the start of spring sports. READ MORE: Diocese Of Pittsburgh Discourages Catholics From Using Johnson & Johnson Vaccine The board’s members agreed that if outdoor athletes can maintain six feet distance that masks will not be required. READ MORE: Zoom-ed Out: Many Beginning To Feel Fatigued From Constant Virtual Meetings However, if that is not the case, face-coverings will be required. The board also agreed to several other guidelines before spring sports begin. MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Teachers Say It Is A 'Blessing' To Get Prioritized For Johnson & Johnson Vaccine You can check out the full list of requirements on their website . … [Read more...] about COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: PIAA Releases New Mask Mandate Ahead Of Spring Sports
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for March 4 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A decision on what the bond amount will be for the man who fatally shot former NFL star Will Smith after a 2016 traffic collision will be made later this month, a New Orleans judge said Thursday. Cardell Hayes was sentenced to 25 years in prison for a manslaughter conviction in Smith’s shooting and attempted manslaughter for wounding Smith’s wife, Racquel. But the verdict from a jury was not unanimous and has since been ruled unconstitutional. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Hayes could get a much lower bond than the $1 million-plus bond set for him in 2016, when he was charged with second-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. First Assistant District Attorney Robert White sought bond Thursday based on the manslaughter charge and attempted manslaughter charges that the jury … [Read more...] about March 16 bond hearing next in killing of ex-Saint’s star
By Michael Hurley , CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — The business of sports dictates that change is the only real constant. Everyone understands this reality. Stories of players spending their entire careers with one organization or of championship rosters staying together for long stretches of time are few and far between. READ MORE: Limited Amount Of New First Dose COVID Vaccine Appointments Go Fast Still, even with an understanding of this requirement in professional sports, the Boston Red Sox seem to be living on the extreme. The latest departure was expected, as outfield Jackie Bradley Jr. will be signing with the Milwaukee Brewers. Given the Red Sox’ desire to get under the luxury tax threshold, re-signing Bradley was never really in the cards. Still, his departure now makes it official that the entire starting outfield from the 2018 World Series-winning Red Sox is now gone. Mookie Betts was traded a year ago. Andrew Benintendi was traded last month. Bradley is now gone. … [Read more...] about With Jackie Bradley Jr. Gone, Who’s Left From 2018 Red Sox?