Jamestown Red Raiders Release Fall Sports Policy, Limits Spectators

JAMESTOWN — No more than two spectators per athlete will be allowed to attend sporting events under the Jamestown Public School Districts just released Fall sports policy.

The Chautauqua Cattaraugus Athletic Association has printed up two season passes to be given to each participating athlete.

Spectators will be required to use masks and socially distance at events.

In addition, some schools may perform health screenings for spectators.

Because of limited seating, no spectators will be allowed to attend Jamestown High School swim meets.

Last month, state athletic leaders gave the ‘okay’ for low-risk fall sports like cross country, field hockey, golf, gymnastics, soccer, girls swimming and girls tennis to start practice.

Activities deemed ‘high risk,’ like competitive cheerleading, football and volleyball for Section VI are on hold until the spring season.


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