FHSAA Will Vote on Fall Sports (UPDATED)

Aug 09, 2020
Mandarin quarterback Carson Beck scrambles in a Week 6 win over Nease. (Ralph D. Priddy, Contributed photo)
Mandarin quarterback Carson Beck scrambles in a Week 6 win over Nease. (Ralph D. Priddy, Contributed photo)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Florida High School Athletic Association is prepared to make a decision on the fate of the sports season and few will be around to see or hear it.

When the state conducts its board of directors meeting on Aug. 14, space will be limited due to social distancing restrictions at the venue in Alachua County, which caps gatherings to no more than 50 during Phase 2 of the state’s reopening process.

But unlike its two emergency board of directors meetings last month to vote on the start of the fall sports season and were live streamed on Zoom and YouTube to massive audiences, the FHSAA will not broadcast next Friday’s session.


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