Garner Cleveland: Sports

August 4, 2014 10:30 AM

High school coaches and athletic trainers watch heat and humidity

Heat and hydration will be a focus as high school football teams across the state begin official practice. Temperatures are expected to be moderate by August standards, but certified athletic trainers will be moderating heat and humidity throughout the workouts.

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