Facing projected low football numbers, DCPS considers co-op options with nearby schools.

Source: The Banner-Press of Nebraska

Judging by the projected enrollments and participation numbers through 2020 and 2021 seasons, David City doesn’t appear to have enough players to compete with the powers, or even the mid-level teams of Class C1.

The concern goes beyond hopes for a winning season. The school’s administrators say they want to provide the best sports experience they can for the kids. They also have to consider safety. That means allowing players to compete against opponents of the same age, size and skill levels.

Read more about David City in the Banner-Press.

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