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Tipoff between the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder had been delayed — no one seemed to know why — but the on-court emcee continued to lead the crowd in chants of “O-K-C! O-K-C!”

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A season filled with uncertainty officially was canceled after Yuba College administration pulled the plug on traditional fall sports due to the ongoing public health crisis surrounding coronavirus. 

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High school sports in California will not start before Jan. 25, according to the updated youth sports guidelines posted to the state’s Department of Public Health website on Monday night.

The Big West Conference Board of Directors announced on Thursday that fall sport competition will not take place during the 2020-21 year. The decision to not conduct men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s soccer and women’s indoor volleyball took place after extended consideratio…

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The Yuba Community College District worked with Yuba College administrators Thursday night via a teleconference meeting on guidelines for how the school would move forward with state and county protocols on COVID-19 testing for the upcoming season scheduled to begin in January. 

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Editor’s Note: Today is the second of a two-part series chronicling the return of Yuba College sports during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re a Yuba College coach making plans for sports amid a pandemic please reach out to Appeal Sports Editor Jeff Larson at jlarson@appealdemocrat.com. 

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One of the pluses for the Yuba College football team is that all but one of its remaining regular season games will be played at home.

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The Yuba College football program was able to tally its first win of the season on Saturday as the 49ers defeated Merced College, 22-21. 

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Thursday at East Nicolaus High School proved to be a special day for many as former Spartan football player, S.J. Brown committed to Towson University in Maryland.