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Quarantine impacts two football games

YATES COUNTY-The combined Penn Yan-Dundee varsity football team saw their game last Friday declared a no contest and their upcoming game this week was moved to Monday due to a lack of players as a result of quarantining related to COVID-19 protocols.
In a message to the district on Friday, Oct. 1, Penn Yan Director of Athletics Jonathan MacKerchar said, "The Penn Yan / Dundee varsity football game at Livonia tomorrow has been declared a no contest due to the lack of available players on our team due to quarantining. All individuals who are required to quarantine will be contacted by the New York state contact tracers/Yates County Department of Health. Today's varsity practice has also been canceled out of an abundance of caution."
Dundee Central School said on Monday, Oct. 4 that the homecoming football game planned for Saturday, Oct. 9 would be rescheduled. The official Section V schedule system shows the game is now planned for Monday, Oct. 11 at 4 p.m. which is a day off of regular classes for students due to the federal Columbus Day holiday.
Dundee Athletic Director Scott Shepardson said the homecoming king and queen will be crowned at the conclusion of the Friday varsity volleyball game.
The New York state COVID-19 report card for school reported data shows as of Oct. 1, Dundee had four positive COVID tests from Sept. 27 - Oct. 1, Penn Yan had seven.




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