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STATES WRESTLE WITH PLAYING HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL AMID COVID

As heat waves rose from the crackling grass next to a cotton field that stretched far into the distance, Rick Porter watched his young football players struggle through a preseason practice.

Under every helmet was a masked player, breathing deep amid the dust and stifling heat topping 100 degrees fahrenheit (38 degrees celsius). August in Texas can be cruel and the coronavirus pandemic has thrown a new set of obstacles in the way.

“Social distancing!” Porter yelled as the players headed for a water break. Nearby were hand-washing stations the

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