Officers mentioned they’re working with the Governor’s workplace to make sure that member faculties are in compliance with the manager order.
TENNESSEE, USA — Officers with the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association mentioned that Governor Invoice Lee’s extension of the state of emergency till Aug. 29 will have an effect on practices, scrimmages and competitions for contact sports activities this fall.
They mentioned soccer and women’ soccer will be unable to start their seasons as initially scheduled as a result of extension. Faculties can also’t have video games or scrimmages with different faculties and can’t have close-contact actions throughout soccer, 7-on-7 soccer, women soccer, wrestling and basketball practices.
No info is at the moment obtainable about particular dates when the seasons could start.
Officers mentioned they’re persevering with to work with member faculties to make sure that they’re compliant with the state of emergency.
Officers additionally mentioned they’re growing regular-season and postseason choices for the TSSAA Board of Management’s consideration.
The Board will make the choice as to how the delay could influence the postseason and if any changes could be made to regular-season competitors, in line with officers.