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The COVID-19 Impact: How pandemic can impact teen athletes' mental health, and what can help prevent issues
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Cedar Cliff boys soccer and field hockey were among the first teams to quarantine after resuming offseason workouts. Brian Osborne has seen a mix of frustration and extra caution on his team
How teen athletes handle pandemic has a lot to do with how they handle adversity, support system and more.
Dickinson's Dr. Michele Patterson Ford says adults should monitor for significant change in mood, eating habits or interests in favorite hobbies lasts two weeks or more in teens.
- DOH: 9 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Cumberland County
- Pa. Republicans aim new bills at shutdowns of schools, athletics
- DOH: 4 new cases of COVID-19 for Cumberland County Monday; case counts low across region and state
- DOH: 8 new cases of COVID-19 for Cumberland County Sunday
- Mechanicsburg Area School District, Upper Allen Township approve draft of Joint Recreation Agreement
- UPDATE: HS Football: State College at Carlisle game now rescheduled for Monday
- CV school board approves revisions for fan limits for athletic events
- A Timeout With ... Cumberland Valley grad Morgan Baughman who is gearing up for her first year as Red Land girls basketball's head coach
- COVID and colleges: Cumberland County's colleges and universities navigate unknowns in pandemic response
- Local College: PSAC won't require winter sports seasons, asks schools to declare interest in fielding teams for a season