The University Interscholastic League is asking Texas high school football coaches to take a break from summer workouts around the 4th of July holiday. Below, you can see at tweet from the state’s governing body that asks coaches to consider shutting-down summer workouts from July 3rd through the 12th to prevent the spread of COVID-19 that could be accentuated during the holiday.
Here is how the powerful Texas High School Coaches Association responded in support of the UIL recommendation.
Coaches, we are inspired by the effort, passion & dedication shown this past month.— THSCA (@THSCAcoaches) July 1, 2020
Thank you for following protocol put forth by the UIL & THSCA!
We cant wait to see you back in action at SAC on July 13th as you lead us into the opening of school & Fall athletics!#WeWillWin