Seaman varsity boys soccer team under quarantine
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - Seaman High School’s varsity boys soccer team is under a two week quarantine after a player tested positive for COVID-19.
Twenty varsity players will be required to quarantine. Currently, no coaches, JV team members or other sports teams are considered to be affected by the positive test case.
Athletic Director Steve Bushnell said the next four games, which happened to be the team’s last of the regular season, have all been cancelled.
The team will come out of quarantine on October 22, meaning the team will be allowed to participate in post-season play.
Following three days of “return to play” practices, Seaman will host a first-round regional match on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
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