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BACK IN ACTION

 — The Jenkins High School Cavaliers football team returned to play Monday night only the third time after their season was suspended because of Letcher County’s high rate of COVID-19. The Cavs, who have had only a JV schedule for the 2020 season, hope to play one more game next Monday, possibly against East Ridge at Tommy Brush Field in Jenkins.In the photo at top left, a host of Cavaliers come together to stop an East Ridge rushing attempt in the game played on the road. Pictured for Jenkins, which fell by a score of 8-6, are (from left) Noah Anderson, Rodney Rose, Trevor Davis, J.B. Addington, Ryan Church and Zachary Stiles. In the photo above right, Jenkins quarterback J.B. Addington receives blocking assistance from teammate Blake Sykes and several other Cavaliers. (Photos by Chris Anderson)

 — The Jenkins High School Cavaliers football team returned to play Monday night only the third time after their season was suspended because of Letcher County’s high rate of COVID-19. The Cavs, who have had only a JV schedule for the 2020 season, hope to play one more game next Monday, possibly against East Ridge at Tommy Brush Field in Jenkins.In the photo at top left, a host of Cavaliers come together to stop an East Ridge rushing attempt in the game played on the road. Pictured for Jenkins, which fell by a score of 8-6, are (from left) Noah Anderson, Rodney Rose, Trevor Davis, J.B. Addington, Ryan Church and Zachary Stiles. In the photo above right, Jenkins quarterback J.B. Addington receives blocking assistance from teammate Blake Sykes and several other Cavaliers. (Photos by Chris Anderson)

 

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