Live Oak football postponed for third time

Poor air quality due to smoke from wildfires forces postponement; Game to be played Nov. 16 in Morgan Hill

Live Oak High School’s first-round playoff football game against Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep has been postponed for a third time today due to unsafe air quality, according to a Facebook announcement from Morgan Hill Unified School District.
The game will now be played at 7pm Nov. 16 at Live Oak High School.
The poor air quality is due to Northern Calif. wildfires that began burning the morning of Nov. 8.
Central Coast Section officials reversed an earlier Nov. 12 decision to allow the game and instead decided to again postpone the playoff game, which was originally scheduled for Nov. 9.

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