HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Parents and students on Long Island rallied together Thursday in hopes of saving school sports this fall.
Nassau County‘s Council of Superintendents recently voted to postpone all high school sports until January.READ MORE: New Pop-Up COVID Vaccination Sites Open Across New York, Signs Of Normalcy Returning To City
“As a three-sport athlete, I don’t want to have to choose between playing any sports, I want to play all three,” one student said.READ MORE: Brooklyn Couple Hospitalized After Stabbing In Bushwick, Police Investigating
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Suffolk County, meanwhile, is planning to move forward with fall sports.
Football and volleyball practices in New York State can’t begin until Sept. 21, however.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is leaving it up to the districts to decide whether or not to play the season.MORE NEWS: Senate Moves Forward With Stimulus Bill Marathon After Nearly 12 Hour Stalemate
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