The Kansas State High School Activities Association is continuing with plans to hold the fall sports season.
Despite social media rumors that the season would be cancelled, the KSHSAA reaffirmed its committment to ensuring a safe start to the fall sports campaign during a Zoom meeting Wednesday. KSHSAA Executive Director Bill Faflick attributed the rumors to irresponsible use of social media and said the organization is doing everything in its power to ensure the start of the fall sports season.
The official start of the season is August 17th, which is seven weeks away. Other high school activities associations around the country have considered swapping the spring and fall sports seasons. Faflick said that this move was considered, but as of now is not the direction the association is moving toward.