GNC Announces Spectator Guidelines for Fall Sports

Medford (OnFocus) – The Great Northern Conference has issued spectator guidelines and as can be expected, safety precautions are provided for each school and sport.

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Medford Mosinee
Spectators
Facial Covering Required for all indoor events and outdoor bleacher seating Required indoor and outdoor bleacher seating
Admission Yes – $4.00. Students and Senior Citizens are FREE EXACT CHANGE ONLY to drop box: $4.00, students free, Seniors Free
Live Streaming All Varsity FB, VB, Swim, and Soccer events – onfocus.news https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM3gunt5QrGlt1ROc2ruSTw/videos?view_as=subscriber
Concessions Yes/Social Distancing in line Yes/Social Distancing in line
Football
Fan Capacity per Athlete No Limit No Limit
Facial Covers for athletes/Coaches Athletes only during pre-game officials meeting/Coaches during close contact Athletes only during pre-game officials meeting/Coaches during close contact
Volleyball
Fan Capacity per Athlete 4 4
Facial Covers for athletes/Coaches All individuals must be masked at all times. All individuals must be masked at all times.
Soccer
Fan Capacity per Athlete no limit no limit
Facial Covers for athletes/Coaches Athletes only during pre-game officials meeting/Coaches during close contact Athletes only during pre-game officials meeting/Coaches during close contact
Swim
Fan Capacity per Athlete No fans Required by all unless in the pool
Facial Covers for athletes/Coaches No fans Required by all unless in the pool
Tennis
Fan Capacity per Athlete no limit n/a
Facial Covers for athletes/Coaches n/a n/a
Cross Country
Fan Capacity per Athlete no limit no limit
Facial Covers for athletes/Coaches Masks worn when in staging area Masked unless warming up/racing

 

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David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]