New York AA state champ New Rochelle gets a parade to deliver rings during coronavirus pandemic

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Nearly six months after winning New York’s Class AA high school football state championship, New Rochelle High School’s football players finally got their rings Thursday. The team’s coaches held a “Parade of Rings” to deliver rings to every player around the community that was one of the first hotspots for the coronavirus.

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