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VHSL approves sports plan for 2020-21. Winter season begins Dec. 28. Football to be played in spring
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VHSL approves sports plan for 2020-21. Winter season begins Dec. 28. Football to be played in spring

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The Virginia High School League approved a plan for the 2020-21 sports calendar on Monday morning during an Executive Committee meeting and the vote means high school football will be played in the spring.

Winter sports would be held Dec. 14-Feb. 20 (with the first contests being Dec. 28), the traditional fall sports season would run from Feb. 15-May 1 (with the first games scheduled for March 1) and spring sports would be scheduled from April 12-June 26 (with the first play date set for April 26).

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“It was a tough decision,” Harper said. “We have a great relationship with the people over there at Tennessee High and there is so much history and tradition. However, we feel like we are in different places right now in terms of enrollment, in terms of resources and we’re trying to take care of our kids. Depth probably plays more of a role in football than anything else when you start looking at the numbers game. It’s kind of a mismatch for the time being.”

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