Did traditional spring sports get the 'short end of the stick' via the IHSA Board of Directors' latest decision?
Competitors in spring and summer ventures — especially volleyball in the spring (Feb. 15-May 1) and baseball and softball in the summer (May 3-June 26) — may have difficult decisions to make.
Questions remain as high school sports in Illinois will proceed this upcoming school year unlike any other in history
'It’s going to be important for coaches to share those days and get those kids something to do but we’re not wearing them out,' Unity athletic director and football coach Scott Hamilton said.
Today’s topic: What will area schools do about letting fans attend sporting events this upcoming school year?
The following sports are among those that will happen in the spring, between Feb. 15 and May 1: Football, volleyball, boys' soccer.
The IHSA on Friday will take another step toward determining the fate of Illinois' 2020 fall high school sports, with organization representatives slated to meet with leaders of both the Illinois Department of Public Health and Illinois State Board of Education on that day.
The IHSA no longer will create independent guidelines for its "Return To Play" literature, with organization officials announcing Tuesday they'll defer to state departments and Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker on all future decisions.
Local schools are getting help from the National Federation of State High School Associations for upgraded equipment amid the coronavirus pandemic
Less than a week after the IHSA released Phase 4 of the its "Return To Play" guidelines, organization officials on Thursday published significant rules amendments that, in part, prohibit direct contact between athletes.
It was an unusual school year in more ways than one, with the COVID-19 pandemic wiping out most of spring athletics. But plenty of highlights and memories still were created.
A meeting between IHSA officials and state athletic directors association is slated for Monday to hash out further details in inaugural return to play guidelines.
The announcement was delivered Friday afternoon, a little more than a week after the delay of a scheduled May 28 meeting between IHSA officials and state athletic directors.