dangolka (CBS) – The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Affiliation (MIAA) Board of Administrators voted Tuesday afternoon to start out highschool fall sports activities on Monday, September 14. That’s so long as state schooling pointers for reopening faculties enable for that once they’re launched later this summer time.
The MIAA’s COVID-19 Job Power beneficial to the board that the beginning of the autumn season be delayed till September 14.
MIAA Board of Administrators simply voted to start out highschool fall sports activities Sept. 14th…so long as state schooling pointers for reopening faculties enable for that when they’re launched later. #wbz pic.twitter.com/SvCcI2xzBj
— Christina Hager (@HagerWBZ) July 21, 2020
The plan nonetheless must be authorized by the state and Governor Charlie Baker. The MIAA will reconvene three days after the state places out it’s steering for faculties to determine on particulars, together with which sports activities are secure to go forward with.
Again on July 6, Baker launched pointers for youth sports activities this summer time. Youth soccer, lacrosse and soccer leagues are usually not but allowed to play video games. However, sports activities with much less contact, reminiscent of baseball, are in a position to maintain practices and video games, simply not tournaments.
It’s not clear but how these pointers will have an effect on highschool sports activities this fall through the coronavirus pandemic.