Oklahoma plans to start fall high school sports on time
The organization is prepared to adjust as it navigates the Coronavirus pandemic.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The governing body for high school activities in Oklahoma plans for fall sports to start on time, but the organization is prepared to adjust as it navigates the Coronavirus pandemic.
Oklahoma Secondary Schools Association executive director David Jackson said Thursday there may be shortened seasons and stoppages if the number of positive virus cases spike. He said in a worst-case scenario, all sports would be played in the spring and the OSSAA would try to stagger the schedule so multi-sport athletes could still play more than one sport. He said an adjusted sports schedule could stretch into late June.