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Can High School Football Exist as is?

Sartell-St.Stephen School District via Facebook

A debate about whether football is sustainable as a high school and youth sport is waging on.  Patty Candella of “Sartell Says” and Tony Cunningham from St. John’s University joined me, Jay Caldwell Tuesday morning during 2-cent Tuesday to debate the pros and cons.  Patty talks about the latest developments in helmets.

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Tony Cunningham talked about the effects of concussions and what studies show.

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Patty will moderate the “Sartell Says” should football remain at the high school level discussion Wednesday night at 7pm at Sartell City Hall.

 

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