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July 13, 2020
Southeast Polk baseball season done following positive COVID-19 test
Urbandale game canceled over "abundance of caution with a potential COVID-19 exposure"
Bondurant-Farrar softball season reportedly ends due to positive case
July 8, 2020
Dowling Catholic High School ends softball, baseball seasons
Dowling Catholic's softball and baseball seasons have ended immediately for the season.
The school's athletic director, Thomas Wilson, said an "individual in close contact with the varsity baseball team" tested positive for COVID-19.
Wilson said as a result, they are following Polk County Health protocols and suspending play for those two teams.
Dowling is working with public health officials as they monitor the situation.
Indianola's softball season temporarily suspended
The Indianola Community School District announced Wednesday the softball season is suspended until July 14 due to a positive test.
School officials said there will be no practices or games during this time.
Sophomore baseball matchup between Ankeny and Southeast Polk canceled
Positive test reported within Waukee High School freshman baseball team
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