By CBS13 Staff

LATHROP (CBS13) — At least one high school football game scheduled in the Central Valley this weekend has been scrubbed due to a positive COVID-19 test.

Grace M. Davis High School was set for a matchup at Lathrop High School Friday night.

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Modesto City Schools officials say a positive coronavirus test has now canceled that game. No other details about the positive test, including if it was a player or coach, have been released.

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The district says Davis High was able to schedule a different game at James Logan High School.

High school football games resumed for a shortened season in California earlier in March after having been put on hold due to the pandemic. Each week has also brought some game cancellations, however.

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State guidelines require that all coaches and players 13 and older need to be tested for COVID-19 at least once a week.