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13 Big Bear Grizzly Wednesday, June 3, 2020 Sports schedules still in flux for 2020-21 Continued from Page 11 could pose a significant impact on Big Bear High School teams. “There are some unique problems where you are,” Wigod said, adding that inclement weather could affect the schedule in several regions within the Southern Section jurisdiction. “We’ll cross those bridges when we come to it,” Wigod said. Suzuki said moving fall sports to January could be costly. Big Bear would face transportation costs and have to secure alternate sites if there is snow on the Big Bear Middle School field where Big Bear High School football games are played. And where would teams practice if inclement weather prevents outside practice for football, tennis, cross country and golf? Another issue involves fans. Under some scenarios fans would not be allowed to attend games because of restrictions on large gatherings. Wigod said he understands the lack of fans would take away from the high school experience, but the important thing is to provide student-athletes with a way to participate safely. “I believe we’ll have games without fans versus no games at all,” Wigod said. Griffiths is hopeful there will be high school sports in 2020-21. “It just needs to be safe,” Griffiths said. “We’re talking about education and extracurricular See ACADEMICS Page 14 #BigBearStrong Neighbors Helping Neighbors During these stressful times, we will get through this together. Share your message that you are open, are offering take-out or delivery, online orders, or just a message of hope or thanks and support to those in our community who are keeping up the fight. First responders, grocery store employees, nurses, doctors and healthcare professionals, restaurant owners and employees, truck drivers and gas stations, service employees including construction workers, plumbers and the sanitation workers. The Big Bear Firefighters Association will continue its commitment in providing excellent service to our community through these tough times. Our dedication to this community and its visitors will remain stronger than ever. #BigBearStrong Stay #BigBearStrong. We’re all in this together. We’re here for you. Despite restrictions, we are (virtually) OPEN to support your wild bird supply needs, everyday from 10am to 6pm. Free local delivery. Encouraging visitors their Big Bear adventure can wait ... ... planning for Big Bear Lake’s tourism recovery when it is safe to welcome them back. Start planning for your business recovery today. Learn more at: Contactless delivery on your doorstep (with minimum) or at our curb, as conditions dictate. Call, email, or go online. We encourage your questions, comments, and orders. Please, keep those feeders full, and let us know how we can help. BIGBEAR.COM Nature Center 40850 Village Dr. in Big Bear Lake’s Village (888) 412-4477 firstname.lastname@example.org
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