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These showdowns could be in jeopardy.

New Jersey was the last of 50 states on Monday to officially close down the spring high school sports season due to the coronavirus.

"We are disappointed for the thousands of New Jersey student-athletes who will be unable to compete this spring," NJSIAA executive director Larry White said in a statement. "While we remained hopeful to the end, and left open every possibility, competition simply is not feasible given the circumstances."

White referred to the challenges ahead and quoted New Jersey's own Vince Lombardi: "It's not whether you get knocked down, it's whether you get up."

"We're confident all our kids will get back up and stand tall," White added.

But what will it look like in the fall of 2020? ...

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