(WSYR-TV) — High school athletes, parents and coaches continue to watch what happens in Albany, where Governor Cuomo is expected to decide if there will be a high school sports season this fall.
NewsChannel 9 spoke with Tim Bednarski, the athletic director of North Syracuse Central Schools, about the emotional toll such a cancellation would have on families.
“The big thing for anyone who played high school athletics is, you know, being with your teammates. It’s being competitive, having those memories from playing high school athletics, so it’s gonna be tough and, you know, I worry about the kids,” Bednarski said.
You can watch the full interview with Bednarski in the video above.
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