NCHSAA further delays start of fall sports
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association released a statement Thursday from Commissioner Que Tucker in response to Gov. Roy Cooper’s recent decision to extend Phase Two of the reopening plan. The followings is that statement:
“At his press conference on Wednesday, August 5, 2020, Governor Roy Cooper and his health team extended Phase Two of the state’s reopening plan until at least September 11. Unfortunately, this announcement means that the start of the 2020-2021 school year will be delayed beyond September 1 for NCHSAA member schools.
The NCHSAA Staff and Board of Directors will review all available options, seek input from SMAC, DPI, a sports Ad Hoc Committee, and announce a calendar for playing sports during the upcoming school year. It is hoped that we can make this announcement prior to August 17, 2020.
We want to play sports during the upcoming school year and are making plans to do so; however, the health and safety of all participants, including coaches and other essential staff, will be a priority as decisions and plans are made.”
Note: The following is a press release from Pfeiffer University athletics. After nearly five seasons with the Pfeiffer University baseball... read more