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Friday September 25th, 2020 4:57PM

Podcast: Players, coaches, parents and administrators ready to play ball

By Bo Wilson Sports Editor

What is the importance of playing sports during the COVID-19 pandemic?

AccessWDUN's Bo Wilson and Chad Pittman sit down with a parent, player, an athletic director, a basketball coach and a football coach to find out what it's been like navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of playing sports this season. 

On the show:

-- Laura Kirby,  mom of North Hall two-way player Grayson Kirby

-- Jefferson Athletic Director Bill Navas 

-- Chestatee quarterback and Power 5 athlete Christian Charles

-- West Hall basketball coach Bobby Pless

-- Chestatee football coach Shaun Conley

To listen, click play. 

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