Still a chance for football; other sports’ openers pushed to Sept. 23

The Oregon Schools Activities Association released on Wednesday evening its updated policies and guidelines for fall activities, keeping football on the sidelines and delaying the start to other sports.

“Football is considered a full-contact activity per the Governor’s and OHA guidelines and is currently prohibited. No definitive date has been established by the state for a review of this prohibition,” a statement read.

Based on strategies provided by the OSAA Football Contingency Group it is necessary that any football restrictions be lifted by Sept. 28 in order to have . . .