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High School Insider: How the OHSAA is preparing for the fall sports season

Posted at 1:04 PM, Apr 23, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-27 20:09:44-04

Days after the Ohio High School Athletic Association canceled its spring sports season, the focus turns to the several questions surrounding the upcoming fall season.

OHSAA executive director Jerry Snodgrass joined the WCPO High School Insider podcast this week to discuss the status of high school sports during the coronavirus outbreak and how the state association is taking steps to prepare for this summer.

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Snodgrass discussed the OHSAA's decision Monday to cancel the spring sports season after Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine decided to close schools for the remainder of the academic year.

Snodgrass also discussed OHSAA regulations entering the summer, eligibility concerns for the fall season and the status of the 2020 state football finals venue.

Also, Princeton High School made significant headlines with the hiring this week of Bryan Wyant as its boys basketball coach.

Wyant discussed taking over the Vikings' program and what he's most proud of during his 12 seasons at Hughes.

Listen to this episode in the player above.

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