• youth sports Aug 19, 2020

    Mass. Fall Sports: Football Postponed, ‘Red' Districts Can't Play Under Proposal

    There wouldn’t be any competitive school football, cheerleading or unified basketball in Massachusetts this autumn under a new proposal for fall sports guidelines and released Tuesday evening. And districts located in communities designated by the state as high-risk, based on having more than 8 cases of coronavirus per 100,000 residents, must postpone their sports seasons, since they will be learning…

  • youth sports Aug 19, 2020

    READ THE PLAN: MIAA Approves New Fall Sports Schedule for Mass.

    The Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association met Wednesday morning to review recommendations on an updated calendar for school sports. The guidelines proposed by the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the MIAA’s COVID-19 Task Force call for no competitive school football, cheerleading or unified basketball this fall. Districts located in communities designated by the state as high-risk, based...

  • Sports Aug 19, 2020

    MIAA Board to Discuss Sports Guidelines

    Sports guidelines must be approved by board of the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association and could change throughout the year, according to an announcement from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education shared by the MIAA. The MIAA’s board of directors will meet Wednesday to review the recommendations.

  • youth sports Aug 17, 2020

    New Youth Sports Regulations Kick in Monday. When Will Full Rules for Schools Be Released?

    New state guidance takes effect Monday outlining what youth and adult amateur sports activities will be allowed to take place during the current phase of the state’s reopening plan. But additional guidelines are expected this week. The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs said last week that its guidance “applies to K-12 school and other youth sports activities,”...

  • youth sports Aug 14, 2020

    READ: Massachusetts Releases New Guidance on Youth, Adult Sports

    New state guidance set to take effect Monday outlines what youth and adult amateur sports activities will be allowed to take place — and with what safety precautions — during the current phase of the state’s reopening plan. The Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs said its guidance “applies to K-12 school and other youth sports activities,” and the…

  • coronavirus Aug 14, 2020

    What are the New Guidelines for Youth Sports in Mass.?

    Thursday, Massachusetts added more guidance saying low-risk sports like tennis and swimming can engage in all levels of activity, but moderate and high-risk sports, including basketball and football, must be modified to engaged in practices, competitions and tournaments.

  • Massachusetts Jul 7, 2020

    Reopening Guidelines for Youth Sports

    Youth sports getting back to practice is part of Phase 3, but not all sports will be allowed to have games.

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