Fenton-South Elgin game canceled because of COVID

  • Fenton's Sherby Brown (10) wraps up Bartlett's James Knight (2) during a football game in April. Fenton has had to cancel its game Friday night at South Elgin due to COVID-19.

    Fenton's Sherby Brown (10) wraps up Bartlett's James Knight (2) during a football game in April. Fenton has had to cancel its game Friday night at South Elgin due to COVID-19. Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

 
 
Updated 8/23/2021 6:10 PM

The season opening football game between South Elgin and Fenton scheduled for Friday night has been canceled.

"Yes, we had to forfeit week one due to COVID-19 concerns," Fenton coach Matthew Lynch said.

 

Storm athletic director Mike Jezioro said South Elgin is looking for a new opponent so they can still play Friday.

"As of right now, we do not have a varsity game for Friday," Jezioro said. "We are working on getting a replacement game."

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