As the cloud cover and breeze rolled in Wednesday, team players got back in the swing of things, but for short bursts of practice.
“We actually stopped practicing at the beginning of the triple digits as far as the heat wave is concerned,” said Coach Hector Verduzco.
Coach Hector Verduzco says students couldn't wait for temperatures to drop.
“But they're good they do other things as far as staying active-playing indoor basketball whatever it is,” he said.
Parents say kids are doing well adjusting with lots of fluids.
Being that he's out here constantly-it draws a lot of sweat...staying fluid helps a lot,” said David Tate.
Thursday's temperature could finally drop below the 100 mark. But that won't last for long.
And the health department warns people to not to get too comfortable.
“Really the message is that heat related illness is actually very serious,” ‘said Fresno County Health Department Interim Health Officer Robert Oldham.
Three people have died in the valley from possible heat illness.
Doctors say there have been more patients showing up in emergency rooms with nausea...and it's entirely preventable...
"You can't just drink on the day that you're there. you must be consuming liquids on a consistent basis," Coach Cliff Rold.