April would be an essential time period for Chaminade football coach Ed Croson in a typical environment. His team would be engrossed in springtime 7 on 7 football passing leagues against other area schools in preparation for the upcoming 2020 football season.
All that changed several weeks ago when the governor Gavin Newsom placed the state in a “Stay at Home” order due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Croson and his staff have been forced to use online platforms to make sure that his players are still working out.
“We’ve been using everything from Microsoft Team to Zoom to make sure our guys are getting all of their work in,” Croson said. “Our workouts have been tailored in a way to accommodate guys that have full weight items at their disposal and those that don’t have weights that they can do in their backyards or their house.”
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