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South Callaway will let students play in two sports at same time

MOKANE, Mo. — The South Callaway R-2 Board of Education voted 4-2 Wednesday night to allow high school students to participate in two school sports programs at the same time.

The board approved a plan offered by Tony Brandt, athletic director, that allows student athletes to participate in two sports in one season only with the approval of both coaches of the two sports.

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Brandt said sports practice sessions with a team sport, such as baseball, would normally prevail over an individual sport, such as track or cross country.

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