OHSAA says each high school will determine which sports it plays (or doesn’t play) this fall

July 16, 2020

All of Ohio’s high schools will decide individually which sports they will or won’t sponsor this fall, the Ohio High School Athletic Association said Tuesday.

The association stresses it plans to begin its fall season on schedule, with practices getting under way Aug. 1. At this time, only golf, tennis, and volleyball will be allowed to proceed to competition under Gov. Mike DeWine’s orders, while higher-contact activities such as football, cross country, field hockey, and volleyball can only train and practice at this time.

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