CHSAA announces high school football in Colorado and some other sports moved to spring
DENVER. (KKTV) - The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) said some sports like football can’t take place as originally scheduled.
CHSAA announced its upcoming activities calendar Tuesday, stating that some fall sports would be able to go on as usual.
“The following 2020 fall sports will begin as originally scheduled: boys golf began practice on Aug. 3, softball and boys tennis is set to begin on Aug. 10, and cross country on Aug. 12. According to the modified calendar, this is Season A,” CHSAA posted on its website.
But other sports typically held in the fall will have to wait.
“The remaining traditional fall sports are unable to be played under current state health guidelines. These sports are field hockey, football, gymnastics, boys soccer, spirit, unified bowling and girls volleyball,” CHSAA said.
Football practice may be able to start under “season B” under the current schedule, which is slated for Feb. 22 with a tentative championship for May 8. The full calendar includes a breakdown of “seasons” for each sport. The calendar is subject to change.
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