High school teams await guidance for summer activities

In a photo from the 2019 Madill Catrun at Clint Williams Soccer Field in Madill, cross country runners line up for the start of their race. High school sports across Oklahoma were cancelled through the end of the 2019-2020 school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic March 17. Athletes and coaches around the state are waiting on approval to return to school facilities to begin summer activities. Matt Caban • Madill Record
This weekend will mark two months since Oklahoma high school sports stopped due to COVID-19. A March 17 decision by the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association (OSSAA) cancelled all spring sports due to safety concerns related to the virus. The decision simultaneously closed all team facilities. Teams both across the state and here in Marshall County saw their seasons end; some before…

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