As there is so much uncertainty with sports during a pandemic. This is kind of interesting.. The Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) is taking a mixed approach to the return of fall sports amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with both football and volleyball moving to spring.
In a special Zoom meeting, MSHSL board members voted to move football to spring on a 13-5 vote. An earlier board motion to play football in the fall with restrictions failed on a 12-6 vote.
Several board members noted football is considered to be high risk for coronavirus transmission by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH). Other members noted that moving football to spring also impacts several other activities, including band and cheerleading.
A spring football season is expected to take place from March to May 2021, but with a reduction in the number of games and weeks played.. For more on this story: https://www.kare11.com/article/sports/high-school/mshsl-fall-sports-decisions/
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