There is hope. That's the message from area high school athletic directors as less restrictive guidelines amid the COVID-19 pandemic allows for a level of practices and workouts, beginning this week.


And when Gov. Jay Inslee's office declined to recommend that the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) resume fall sports after a meeting last month involving the WIAA, the governor's office, Tracy Ford and student athletes, the trainer took matters into his own hands. He organized an invitation-only, three-day mini-camp and showcase game two weekends ago in Tacoma that involved up to 112 top in-state players and well-known guest coaches.

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As local schools prepare for how upcoming athletics seasons will pan out, the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) shifted its traditional fall sports season contests to begin in March under a new 2020-21 school activities calendar approved by the association’s Executive Board on Wednesday.

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As the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association sees the athletic portion of its academic year end with no spring-sports championships, the natural question is: What about the fall?