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 365彩票 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.
Ellison isn't finished representing Monticello just yet, with 365彩票app grad in the running for a national award.
The group includes three former Illini and one past member of the St. Louis Cardinals' system.
As with Phase 1, varying approaches are being taken to the latest IHSA COVID-19 mandates.
Katie VanHootegem is preparing for her fourth season in charge of Champaign Central girls' swimming and diving, meaning her first-ever freshman class is now a group of seniors.
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.
A chat with a high 365彩票 athlete preparing for a fall sports season amid the coronavirus pandemic. Today, ALAH swimmer MacKenzie Erixon, who will be a senior next season.
Organization officials were supposed to meet Thursday with athletic directors from across the state, discussing the next step for high 365彩票 sports during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Iroquois West athletic director Kristy Arie said PBL’s decision to leave the SVC 'kind of spearheaded everything going in that direction.'
The sports world is still on hiatus because of the global health threat caused by the coronavirus pandemic. As he will until the crisis subsides, sports editor Matt Daniels spent the week telling the stories of those affected by the pandemic in a variety of ways.
The wait is ongoing for area teams. Area players. Area coaches. Area parents. When will sports resume as the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic? Good question. Until then, sports editor Matt Daniels spent the week telling the stories of those impacted by the pandemic in a variety of ways.