Oswego High School boys varsity soccer junior midfielder, Clay Kennedy, left, battles for possession of the ball with a Cortland player during a 5-1 victory on Oct. 8 at Leighton Elementary School field. Josh St. Croix photo.

OSWEGO — The Oswego High School boys soccer team has been ordered to quarantine by the Onondaga and Oswego County health departments, according to a district press release.

The Oswego City School District was notified late Tuesday afternoon, according to the release, and contact tracing is underway by both health departments after a player from Baldwinsville tested positive for COVID-19. Oswego played against Baldwinsville on Saturday, suffering a 3-0 loss.

All games and activities for the team have been suspended until further notice. Oswego superintendent, Dr. Mathis Calvin III, also shared the news in a letter on the district website.

The Buccaneers (1-5 overall) last played Saturday and had four games remaining on its schedule, which was slated to end on Nov. 12.

Any questions can be directed to the district’s COVID-19 Hotline (315-341-2050).

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