Davenport parents looking forward to school sports
Without Phase 4, football may be scrapped
Last updated 7/10/2020 at 1:16pm
DAVENPORT – Uncertainty continues to surround athletics and extracurricular activities for the 2020-21 school year in Washington. In the Davenport school district, parents of children who are active participants in sports are hoping for those sports to be back to normal next school year.
Davenport High School football defensive coordinator John Douse, whose son plays football, basketball and baseball, said the coaching staff has heard that if Lincoln County isn’t in Phase 4 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s coronavirus-related state re-opening plan by the fall, football is unlikely. There’s als...