MIAMI – A Florida high school football coach was suspended when administrators investigated whether he was practicing rules and instructions on how to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Miami Herald reports that the Miami Northwestern Senior High School initiated an investigation when it learned that unauthorized soccer training had taken place there. Football coach Max Edwards has been suspended indefinitely.
Daisy Gonzalez-Diego, a spokeswoman for Miami-Dade County's public schools, said the school is associated with parents of students who may have practiced during the unauthorized training.
The Florida High School Athletic Association, the state governing body for university sports, canceled all state sports events in the state on March 18, nine days before the start of spring soccer practice.
Max Edwards has been the head coach of the Miami Northwestern since the 2015 season. The team has won state titles in the past three years.
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