The OHSAA has extended the no-contact period for spring sports through May 1, it was announced in a March 31 update to school administrators.
No practices or competitions may occur through May 1.
The OHSAA will continue to look at abbreviated schedules for spring sports. Cancellation remains on the table with all other options.
Simply so the OHSAA is prepared, it has begun looking at:
•Off-Season Regulations. In the event activities are permitted to begin in June or July, the OHSAA is looking at adjusting off-season regulations to expedite a return to school-based athletic programs.
•Fall Sport Issues. In a worst-case scenario, if events/practices/training are shut down during or through the summer, the reality exists that many of the thousands of student-athletes may lack any high-level physical training. The OHSAA needs to look at what serves student-athletes best relative to acclimatization periods.-Posted 3.31, 8:11 pm