Four high school football games now canceled this week due to COVID-19

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MCDONALD, Ohio (WKBN) – Four local high school football games in Ohio have been canceled this week due to COVID-19 issues. Two of the local teams affected have agreed to face each other this Friday night.

Western Reserve at McDonald has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns within the Blue Devils program.

Mineral Ridge at Jackson Milton game canceled with COVID-19 concerns in Blue Jays program.

Lowellville at Sebring game canceled due to quarantine from previous Jackson Milton game.

Youngstown East at Howland canceled due to COVID-19 issues within the Golden Bears program.

Western Reserve will instead play at Lowellville this Friday night at 7pm. Mineral Ridge and Howland are actively looking for a replacement game this week.

Western Reserve’s three remaining games on the schedule include Springfield (10/8), Sebring (10/15) and Lowellville (10-22).

Mineral Ridge has Sebring (10/8), Lowellville (10/15) and Waterloo (10/22) left on the schedule.

Lowellville has McDonald (10/8), Mineral Ridge (10/15), and Western Reserve (10/22) remaining in regular season.

Howland is (2-4) this season and will finish the regular season against Chaney (10/8), Canfield (10/15), and Canton South (10-22).

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