By Joe Little
“It’s just fun playing with other kids with other kids around.”
Noah Bouzoubaa looked forward to playing with someone other than his brother, Ilias.
It might happen pretty soon. The State of California’s Department of Public Health issued a waiver allowing youth sports to begin practicing with some strict regulations in place to protect players and coaches.
It would be a blessing for Noah and Ilias, ages 9 and 11 respectively, who participate in basketball, tennis, and soccer. They’ve survived playing one-on-one since March.
“It’s a little boring at first, sitting at home, so we would come play in the morning,” they said while speaking over each other…
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