Green for now
Hampshire County schools returned to Green status Thursday on the state’s metric for COVID-19.
Green is the least restrictive status, both for in-school attendance and for sports participation.
The County Health Department reported a new case on Wednesday from a rapid antigen test, meaning the state classifies it as a “probable” case of COVID-19.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Hampshire County had 5 active cases, 102 confirmed, 2 probable and 1 death.
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Brooke comes to Sunrise Summit tonight for a football game against the Hampshire Trojans, the 1st time the 2 schools have met on the gridiron. Kickoff is at 7. Hampshire is 1-2 and Brooke is 2-1.
• Spring Mills swept Hampshire in volleyball, 25-20, 25-23, 25-19, the second time the Cardinals beat the Trojans this season.
• Jefferson’s girls beat Hampshire 3-1 in soccer.
• Jefferson’s boys beat Hampshire 3-0 in soccer.
Hampshire won one and lost one in a volleyball triangular Wednesday night. The Trojans beat Washington 25-20, 25-19, but lost to Jefferson, winning one game 28-26, but losing the other 25-16 and 25-22.
Both Trojan cross country teams won their meets at Nicholas County Tuesday.
IN NEXT WEEK’S REVIEW
Where’s your apple?
We look at Hampshire County’s biggest fruit crop
We’ll also cover:
• How a pair of Hampshire natives are crisscrossing the country in search of America
• The boom in home improvement projects rippling through here
• Everything you need to know to vote in this election
Pick up a copy of the Review on Wednesday. It’s the best $1.05 you’ll spend this week.