To play or not to play? It was a decision weighing heavy on the minds of many Kentucky coaches leading fall sports. That's why there may have been a unified sigh of relief when the KHSAA made its decision to allow the fall sports season with new guidelines.
The decisions made during a special meeting by video teleconference by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association’s Board of Control affect football, cross country, field hockey, soccer and volleyball.
The coronavirus-shortened Major League Baseball season finally started with plenty of unusual elements — zero fans, umpires wearing masks, and all Nationals and Yankees kneeling together before the national anthem.
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association has given its blessing so team practices from football to basketball and soccer to cheer could begin again. JCPS chose today as the start date and coaches, players, and district officials talked about how they plan to do it safely.