BREAKING: Governor DeWine Gives Fall Contact Sports The Green Light
Herriman coach Dustin Pearce and Brock Hollingsworth (5) speak with an official during the coin toss before a high school football against Davis on Thursday, Aug. 13, 2020, in Herriman, Utah. Utah is among the states going forward with high school football this fall despite concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic that led other states and many college football conferences to postpone games in hopes of instead playing in the spring. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

“Sports matters, it makes a difference” – Governor Mike DeWine has given Fall contact sports the green light in Ohio. There are some key guidelines that will need to be followed. He discussed an order regarding the future of Fall sports.

  • All sports may go forward this Fall. Contact and non-contact
  • Schools who would like to move to the Spring have been given the green light by the OHSAA
  • This order simply allows sports to move forward – the Governor believes this is the best thing that can happen right now
  • No spectators other than family or people close to the athletes
  • Spectators include marching bands and drill teams

The full order will be released within the next 24 hours. We will have more details as they come.