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    Athletes from Lawrence High School stand outside Lawrence Junior High School prior to a school board meeting Thursday night in Fairfield. The students held signs pleading for sports to begin this fall.

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    Alissa Roy, right, passes a group of protesters Thursday as she enters Lawrence Junior High School for a board meeting in Fairfield.

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    Members of Maine School Administrative District 49 gather for a board meeting Thursday in the gymnasium at Lawrence Junior High School in Fairfield.

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    Kayla Estes, 17, makes her case to the school board Thursday in hopes that soccer will be allowed this fall. The Maine School Administrative District 54 board voted to allow sports under strict COVID-related guidelines.

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    Kathie Dunphy addresses the school board Thursday, making her case to save the fall sport season in Maine School Administrative District 49. The board approved sports for the fall, with some COVID-related guidelines.

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    Alissa Roy addresses the Maine School Administrative District 49 board Thursday in Fairfield. Roy argued to allow fall sports.

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