The Ferndale High School training staff attends to players after a collision between outfielders during a Class 3A State Tournament game in 2013. Washington state ranked among the safest in the nation for high school athletics when it comes to being prepared for a potential catastrophic injury.
The Ferndale High School training staff attends to players after a collision between outfielders during a Class 3A State Tournament game in 2013. Washington state ranked among the safest in the nation for high school athletics when it comes to being prepared for a potential catastrophic injury. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
The Ferndale High School training staff attends to players after a collision between outfielders during a Class 3A State Tournament game in 2013. Washington state ranked among the safest in the nation for high school athletics when it comes to being prepared for a potential catastrophic injury. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

Just how safe is it to play high school athletics in the state of Washington?

August 09, 2017 03:59 PM

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