St. Louis-area high school football teams return to the gridiron

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Some of the top high school football in the state of Missouri are being allowed to return the gridiron after sitting-out the first five weeks of the regular season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Teams like defending Class 6 champ De Smet, Christian Brothers (CBC) and defending Class 2 champ Lutheran North and all other teams in St. Louis County had been sidelined by health officials concerned about the spread of COVID-19.

The rest of the state started the 2020 high school football season on-time at the end of August.

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