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COVID-19 high school football disruptions: Week of Sept. 12 – Virginia Beach, Virginia

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Portsmouth, Virginia (WAVY) — In the week of September 12, the fourth week of the high school soccer season, there is a local high school soccer match canceled or rescheduled by COVID-19.

Several other games have already been affected so far this season.

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Virginia Beach City Public School confirmed on Monday night that two upcoming football matches had been cancelled.

The games are:

  • JV Football Game: Keram vs. Lanstown scheduled for Wednesday. September 15
  • National Team Soccer Game: Lanstown vs. Kempsville Scheduled Friday, September 17th

Customers who purchase a Virginia Beach game ticket will receive a full refund within 5 days.

This post will be updated as more information is released.

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