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Sports

CHS athletic director reflects on lost spring sports

By: JACKSON WILSON

Enquirer Democrat Reporter

The memories of a spring sports’ season were tarnished by the coronavirus lockdown, but there was still some positivity that came about. According to Carlinville High School coach, teacher and athletic director Darrin DeNeve, it was more than just a game.

The community had never experienced an incident such as this one, which obviously yielded dissapointment. In any other year, athletes and fans would have been gearing up for postseason action at this time.

“Each season we feature the culmination of several hours (even years) of preparation by lots of different people,” DeNeve

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