A member of the Central Hardin football team has tested positive for COVID-19 and the Bruins season will be on hold for at least two weeks.
Each member of the program who made the trip to Henderson County for Friday’s game will be in quarantine for two weeks.
Hardin County Schools received notification Monday from the Lincoln Trail District Health Department on Monday. The district said it immediately made officials at Henderson County High aware of the positive test.
Central Hardin will not be allowed back on the football field in any capacity until October 3. The Bruins do not practice on the weekends, meaning the next practice is scheduled for October 5.
Hardin County Schools Community Relations spokesman John Wright said all players and coaches have been placed on quarantine for two weeks.
Central Hardin was scheduled to play at Henry Clay Friday night and Louisville Butler on October 1.
Central Hardin is not alone with COVID-related cancellations. Four football games were canceled Friday night across the state.
Central Hardin, which lost its first two games, is scheduled to host district opponent Barren County at 8 p.m. October 9.