MSHSL To Meet Monday To Re-Evaluate Football and Volleyball
Zeke Fuhrman | Sep 16, 2020 AT 10:44 am
On the day that the Big Ten reversed course to allow football this fall, the Minnesota State High School League could soon do the same.
MSHSL Board President Blaine Novak has called a special meeting of the Board of Directors for Monday, Sept. 21 at 9 a.m.
When the season postponement first came down on August 4th to move volleyball and football to the spring, teams were granted three weeks of fall practice time, that started on Monday (except in Detroit Lakes when practices were temporarily put on hold).
The next scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors was October 1st, so it shows a sense of urgency from the MSHSL Board to get things moving. The state of Michigan also recently reversed course on playing fall sports in the spring.
According to the Star Tribune, the earliest these sports can start up is October 2 for football and October 22 for volleyball.