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Friday July 10th, 2020 8:23PM

Prep athletes return to campus for conditioning

By AccessWDUN Staff

High school athletes returned to campus for the first time since March on Monday. 

The Georgia High School Association allowed student-athletes to return for conditioning only with restrictions. Most schools around the area began today with others starting on Tuesday. 

Click above to see photos from around the area. 

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