GHSA suspension extended through April 6
PER GHSA – High school sports will have to wait until at least April 6. The following message was issued by Robin Hines of GHSA:
I want to touch base with everyone after Governor Kemp’s press conference yesterday (Monday). His mandate of no gatherings of more than 10 people certainly applies to schools and sporting events so in effect the original mandate has been extended through April 6, 2020. I am also aware of schools and communities mandating closures beyond this date. The fact is that we are in unprecedented times and our situation remains fluid.
The GHSA Associate Directors will meet Friday, March 27, to plan for all scenarios that could pertain to the Spring season and Spring championships. All we can do is take the information available to us at the time and make the best decisions we can moving forward. Our top priority is the safety of our student athletes and those with whom they have contact. As a reminder, ALL practices and competitions continue to be suspended until further notice. Feel free to contact me with any concerns.