The sights for the opening weekend of Texas high school football across the state featured a lot of changes due to the pandemic, including socially distanced fans, mask usage and a change in the coin toss.
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) announced changes to the fall semester in both Class 5A and 6A as many school districts across the state have opted for virtual learning for the start of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the UIL weighs out the options on what to do for its fall sports activities across the state, Thomas Jones reported on Thursday that the UIL will make an announcement on Monday regarding the start of the high school sports season.
High schools across El Paso are starting to shut down summer workout programs as cases start to pop up internally. In accordance, some schools are shutting down their programs and citing the rising positive cases rise in the city.
An email sent to Texas high school athletic directors and coaches from the UIL details a plan for allowing schools to begin limited summer strength and conditioning programs starting June 8. Since April 17, all UIL sports have been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic...