Will high school wrestling be allowed amid coronavirus concerns?

Archer's Samuel Bullard battles Camden County's Elerenzo Roberson in a 138-pound weight class during the GHSA State Dual Wrestling Championship in 2014 in Macon. Bullard won by a 6-5 decision.
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Archer's Samuel Bullard battles Camden County's Elerenzo Roberson in a 138-pound weight class during the GHSA State Dual Wrestling Championship in 2014 in Macon. Bullard won by a 6-5 decision.

Credit: Jason Vorhees

Credit: Jason Vorhees

How will wrestling be practiced safely amid the coronavirus pandemic and its aftereffects?

Bud Hennebaul, who runs the GHSA Wrestling State Championships and was inducted into the AAU Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2018, provides insight in the 12th episode of the “Georgia Prep Sports: From a Distance” video podcast.

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Newly hired Elbert County football coach Shannon Jarvis, who will return to his alma mater after winning region titles at Mill Creek, will join the show along with Falcons vice president of community relations Chris Millman.

The podcast is produced by PlayOn Sports, which runs the National Federation High School network, and airs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, starting at noon.

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