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MHSAA announces that winter sports will start on time

The Michigan High School Athletic Association announced on Friday that winter sports will begin on time, which is good news for athletes and coaches in the area.

“It’s definitely exciting for all the teams in the county,” said Onsted women’s basketball coach Brandon Arnold. “I am particularly excited for our three seniors (Emma Reidy, Kayla Ross and Mya Hiram) as they will have the chance to play their final season as Lady Wildcat.”

The MHSAA Representative Council has approved a set of guidelines that sports must follow to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Sport-specific guidelines will be released next week addressing competition limits, spectator limits, and the use of face liners.

MHSAA Executive Director Mark Uyl said one of the reasons the MHSAA felt strongly in favor of winter sports was to keep student-athletes involved in school-sponsored athletics.

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