Cheyenne Central Indians

CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Central volleyball team did not practice Thursday, and will not play upcoming matches because players were exposed to COVID-19, athletics director Chad Whitworth confirmed to WyoSports.

The Lady Indians were scheduled to play Campbell County and Thunder Basin on Saturday in Gillette, but those matches have been cancelled.

Further information about when Central’s team-wide quarantine ends and other matches it impacts won’t be known until today, Whitworth said.

Central is the second Capital City volleyball team forced to cancel matches because of contact tracing after players were exposed to the novel coronavirus. On Wednesday afternoon, Laramie County School District 1 announced Cheyenne East wouldn’t play until at least Oct. 23 because players were being quarantined.

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