The start of the girls’ swimming season is being pushed back 1 week, while other “higher risk” sports will see their seasons begin in September.
The WIAA, which governs high school sports in the state of Washington, has shifted most fall sports, including football and volleyball, to the spring.
Miami-Dade School Board Vice Chair Dr. Steve Gallon III has put forward a proposal to withdraw the district from the state high school association.
Arizona High School swim coach Kerry Croswhite died on Tuesday, almost a month after he first showed symptoms of COVID-19.
Dan Flannery led his girls’ team to 8 Iowa High School State Championships in the 2010s and his boys to another as the coach at Ames High.
Pine Crest swept the Florida 2A High School State Championships last season in swimming & diving, but won’t get the chance to defend their titles this year.
South Carolina will delay the start of its high school swimming season by just over 2 weeks as the number of new coronavirus cases increases.
Florida, which has one of the earliest swimming & diving State Championship meets in the country, will continue as scheduled for the 2020-2021 season.
The Southern Section, the largest regional organization for the CIF, has announced its competition dates for the 2020-2021 season.
Playoffs for all fall sports, including football, will happen in the spring. Individual sections will pick their own season start dates.
The last few days have seen a worsened condition for Arizona High School swimming coach Kerry Croswhite as he battles the coronavirus-caused COVID-19.
Pennsylvania, Virginia, and New York have all officially published their plans for fall sports amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Friday, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association announced a plan to postpone the start of fall high school sports season by one month.
An Illinois lawyer who has already sued the state governor over pandemic restrictions is now suing the Illinois High School Association.
Renowned Indiana high school coach David Dunlap passed away at the age of 78. During his career, he coached multiple state champions and All-Americans.