When the high school fall sports season began last week, the overwhelming, unanimous consensus among players and coaches was, “It’s good to get ‘back to normal.'”
Last fall, with COVID-19 raging, it was uncertain, even as September approached, if there would even be a fall sports season. As it turned out, football and volleyball were postponed to a “Fall 2” season, which began in late February and ended in April.
Although all of the other fall sports – cross-country, field hockey, and soccer – were able to compete, there were many, sometimes drastic, modifications, not only as to how the