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SCS Football: More games canceled due to COVID-19

Shelby County Schools announced the latest cancelations Thursday, saying they were in accordance with COVID-19 protocols.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — UPDATE 9/9/2021 - Shelby County Schools announced two football games have been canceled for Thursday, September 9, 2021, due to COVID-19.

Manassas vs. Kipp and Bolton vs. Wooddale are off, and SCS said information about rescheduling would be shared later.


9/3/2021 - Overton High School has been added to the list of Shelby County Schools football games canceled Friday night due to COVID-19.


9/2/2021 - Shelby County Schools announced more football games are being canceled due to COVID-19.

SCS said Thursday's games for Trezevant High, Raleigh Egypt High, and Manassas High are canceled.

Friday's games for Westwood High and Bolton High are also canceled.


8/27/2021 - Shelby County Schools announced Westwood's game against South Gibson and Trezevant's game against Olive Branch have been canceled Friday night - in accordance with COVID-19 protocols.

Olive Branch said in a tweet that they were unable to find another opponent for this week on short notice.


8/20/2021 - Another game canceled.

Shelby County Schools announced that Southwind High Schools game Friday night has been canceled "in accordance to TSSAA and SCS COVID-19 protocols." 

Southwind was to have played Lausanne. Lausanne posted to social media that the game was canceled due to positive COVID tests on the Southwind team.

SCS will have more information about rescheduling at a later time.

Due to health and safety protocols and positive COVID tests on the Southwind team, tonight’s home football game has been CANCELLED.

Posted by Lausanne Collegiate School on Friday, August 20, 2021


8/19/2021 - Shelby County Schools said Thursday that football games scheduled for Friday, August 20, 2021, at Wooddale High School and Kingsbury High School have been canceled.

SCS said the cancelation was “in accordance to TSSAA and SCS COVID-19 protocols.”

They said information on rescheduling for the games would be shared later.

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