High School & Middle School Associations Decisions on Fall Sports

Jul 31st, 2020

The following is a list of high school and middle school sports associations decisions on fall sports this season.

7/31/2020

State Associations and Fall Sports

  • Alabama High School Athletic Association – Fall Sports as planned with Modified Rules
  • Alaska School Activities Association – Fall Sports as planned with Modified Rules
  • Arizona Interscholastic Association – Start date pushed back until August 17th
  • Arkansas Activities Association – Currently plan to have Fall Sports with no delays
  • California Interscholastic Federation – All Fall Sports moved to Winter/Spring (December 2020 or January 2021)
  • Colorado High School Activities Association – Softball, Boys Tennis, and Boys Golf approved for the Fall. No decision announced for the other sports. Decision expected by 8/1/20.
  • Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Association – Fall sports delayed until September 24th, season shortened.   
  • Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association – No decision announced
  • Florida High School Athletic Association – Fall sports delayed until August 24th. Board of Directors meeting week of August 10th.
  • Georgia High School Association – Football games delayed 2 weeks. All other Fall Sports remain as scheduled.
  • Hawaii High School Athletic Association – Delayed until August 19th.
  • Idaho High School Activities Association – Delayed until August 10th.
  • Illinois High School Association – Football, Soccer and Volleyball moved to the Spring. Golf, Tennis, Cross Country, and Swimming and Diving remain in the Fall starting August 10th.
  • Indiana High School Athletic Association – Fall Sports to continue as Planned
  • Iowa High School Athletic Association – Fall Sports to continue as Planned
  • Kansas State High School Athletic Association – Fall Sports to continue as Planned
  • Kentucky High School Athletic Association – August 24th practices, September 7th games (Football September 11th Games) Final Meeting 8/20/20.
  • Louisiana High School Athletic Association – Currently plan to have Fall Sports. Delay is expected but no official announcement yet.
  • Maine Principle Association – Fall Sports delayed until September 8th.
  • Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association – Decisions made on a county by county basis. Some counties have already cancellations or delays.
  • Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association – Delayed until September 14th.  
  • Michigan High School Athletic Association – Golf, Tennis, Cross Country, and Swimming & Diving may begin competition August 19th or 21st. Football, volleyball and Soccer may practice but no decision on competitions until August 20th.
  • Minnesota State High School League – No decision announced
  • Mississippi High School Activities Association – Volleyball, Cross Country, and Swim starts August 10th. Football practice starts August 17th, games September 4th.  
  • Missouri State School Activities Association – Fall Sports to continue as Planned as long as the school district offers in person classes.
  • Montana High School Association – Fall Sports to continue as Planned however there is a 5-tiered plan in place in case of a delay.
  • Nebraska School Activities Association – Board of Directors meeting August 3rd
  • Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association – Fall sports moved to the Spring, begin in Mid-February.
  • New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association – Delayed until September 8th
  • New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association – Currently planning to begin Mid-September.
  • New Mexico Activities Association – Fall sports moved to the Spring.
  • New York State Public High School Athletic Association – Fall Sports delayed until September 21st.
  • North Carolina High School Athletic Association – Fall Sports delayed until September 1st.
  • North Dakota High School Activities Association – Fall Sports to continue as planned.
  • Ohio High School Athletic Association – Practices start August 1st. Scrimmages for contact sports suspended (Football, Soccer, and field Hockey). No announcement on games. Awaiting approval from the state office.
  • Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association – Fall Sports to continue as planned.
  • Oregon School Activities Association – Decision expected August 5th.
  • Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association – Fall Sports to continue as planned.
  • Rhode Island Interscholastic League – Fall Sports to continue as planned. Principal committee meeting on August 17th.
  • South Carolina High School League – Fall Sports delayed until August 17th.  Games September 11th.
  • South Dakota High School Activities Association – Fall Sports to continue as planned.  
  • Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association – Fall Sports to continue as planned. 
  • University Interscholastic League (Texas) – Fall Sports to continue as planned for schools in 1A-4A. 5A and 6A schools are delayed until September 7th.
  • Utah High School Activities Association – Fall Sports to continue as planned.
  • Vermont Principals Association – Fall Sports delayed until first day of in-school teaching which is September 8th. Games would likely not begin until end of September.  
  • Virginia High School League – All sports delayed until December.  
  • Washington Interscholastic Activities Assn/Washington Officials Association – Fall Sports (Cross Country, Slow pitch softball, Girls Swim & Dive, Golf, Tennis) delayed until September 7th. Fall Sports (Soccer, Volleyball, Football) moved to the Spring.
  • West Virginia Secondary schools Activities Comm. – Fall Sports delayed until August 17th.
  • Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association – Fall Sports (Cross Country, Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Girls Swimming) delayed until August 17th. Fall Sports (Football, Volleyball, Soccer) delayed until September 7th.
  • Wyoming High School Activities Association – Fall Sports to continue as planned.

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