OSSAA Says Summer Activities Can Return as Normal

Things can return to normal for high school sports in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors rejected the organization’s proposed guidelines for COVID-19 during a special board meeting Friday. The motion to approve the plan failed 7-6. With the failed motion, which would have set guidelines starting June 1 until at least the next meeting on June 9, high school sports summer activities will follow their normal rules when returning. This means camps and clinics are allowed. OSSAA Executive Director David Jackson said after the meeting that districts can start summer activities immediately if wanted, rather…

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