OSSA Continues to Move Forward with Fall 2020 Sports

Forward with Fall 2020 Sports OKLAHOMA CITY – The high school athletic seasons are moving ahead as schedule, according to David Jackson, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association. Jackson confirmed in his regular address to statewide media that information from various sources continues to be received by the OSSAA and that its decision is currently to stay the course as scheduled. “Lots of research went into that decision,” Jackson said. “We’ve paid close attention to what our numbers are and we pay attention to what is going on at the collegiate level. Not any one of those…

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