On Friday, the PIAA issued a highly-anticipated statement on Fall high school sports in 2020.
The statement comes a day after Governor Tom Wolf said he strongly recommends they not be held until Jan. 1, 2021.
So, the PIAA decided to hold an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss his recommendations. And the result of it was a bit wishy-washy.
Apart from putting a 2-week pause on mandatory pre-season activities, the PIAA didn’t say much. And they wished for the impossible … having a meeting with Wolf to discuss what it could do besides follow his recommendations.
This is obviously something our Schuylkill County Dept. of Memes Commissioner couldn’t let go. He thinks the PIAA statement today is a whole lot of bluster that doesn’t say too much of anything substantive.
To catch up on how we got to this point with Fall high school sports, check out our ongoing coverage:
- PIAA Issues 2 Week Pause on Mandated Fall Sports Activities, Wants Conversation with Wolf
- Wolf “Recommends” No Sports Until 2021, Then Runs Out of the Room
- Schuylkill League Votes 14-4 to Move Forward with Fall High School Sports
- Wolf Passing Buck of Responsibility on High School Sports to Local Officials
- 31% of Canary Readers Think PIAA Should Cancel Fall Sports in 2020
- PIAA Moving Forward with Fall Sports – But NO FANS
- PIAA Moving Forward with Fall Sports Schedule