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AAU Faces Spikes in the Road to Nationals

When the state of Florida announced the lifting of restrictions on youth activities and youth sporting events on May 22nd, it was as if a fog was lifted, revealing a more open road to the continuation of youth sports. But, with just over three weeks from the newly rescheduled dates for AAU Nationals, the event still faces a handful of 'spikes' in the road. Though Florida has been further ahead than most in regards to the country's re-opening roadmap, in the past week, there has been a spike in cases. 

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    July 21, 2020 at 6:27 pm

    Are you going to sum up AAU Nationals for 2020? There was actually some very good volleyball this year, just not the massive amount of teams as normal due to COVID precautions etc. WHY are you not reporting results, star search etc. even from afar. SO disappointed Prep Volleyball.

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