Good News from the KHSAA – Fall Sports May Begin

On Tuesday, the KHSAA Board of Control (BOC) made a number of decisions that will impact fall sports for Trinity and all member high schools within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

In these times of pandemic, we are grateful for the possibility of even a compressed fall sports season. Our student-athletes, coaches and teams are excited to get back to sports. We will adopt the guidelines as communicated to us and will be diligent to make those guidelines work. Job # 1 remains the health and safety of our student-athletes and coaches.

  • Between now and August 24:
    1. Conditioning, skills and lifting continue
    2. (10) person small pods
    3. Maximum time is (6) hours per week per student-athlete
    4. We will begin to bring our incoming freshman on board with workouts
  • Cross Country
    1. May begin official practices on August 24; (that first week has a maximum of 7.5 hours per student-athlete)
    2. First date for allowable competition is September 7
    3. Number of events allowed still TBD; schedules will need some revisions
  • Football
    1. May begin official practices on August 24; (that first week has a maximum of 7.5 hours per student-athlete)
    2. Normal transition process of helmets, then shoulder pads and then full gear
    3. First date for allowable competition is September 11
    4. Freshman and JV games will still be allowed
    5. Limit of nine games for regular season; schedules will need some revisions
    6. Playoffs pushed back a week; will begin November 13
  • Golf
    1. Already underway
    2. First competitions this weekend
  • Soccer
    1. May begin official practices on August 24; (that first week has a maximum of 7.5 hours per student-athlete)
    2. First date for allowable competition is September 7
    3. Number of games allowed still TBD; schedules will need some revisions
    4. Post season pushed back from October 5 to October 12
  • Fan Capacity
    1. No discussion and no decisions yet

Many more details and updates in the coming days and weeks.


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