Friday, August 28, 2020

Kansas City Friday Night Coronavirus Lights

Not all local schools will risk the pandemic in order to play meaningless games . . . But here's a look at the metro student sports scene that'll continue despite public health warnings:

High school football returns to KC metro as pandemic continues

SMITHVILLE, MO (KCTV) - Without a doubt, high school football won't be the same in 2020. Home games at Kansas City Public Schools will have empty stands, while other schools across the Metro will have limited spectators. Smithville High School is one of the schools that will have a game under the lights Friday night.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Friday night indoctrination of young, malleable kneelers. Nice job.

Anonymous said...

^^The lamentations of the old and irrelevant. Typical. Horrible job as usual.

Anonymous said...

what's also bad are last years seniors who didn't get to play put their baseball seasons - a lot of futures changed.

Anonymous said...

More concussions will make them smarter.

Cornpop said...

Chimpy says, I don't care. I can teach the athletes how to hang around in bonobo trees and feast on fat fleas as they groom each other. They can also learn to type and spend all their time on TKC being stupid, like moi. Good career path.