CHSAA extends spring sports moratorium into mid-April due to coronavirus pandemic

The Colorado High School Activities Association has extended its spring sports and activities moratorium through April 18.

The decision was made in light of the most recent recommendations from state and federal officials, according to a CHSAA news release sent out Tuesday. CHSAA previously suspended all spring sports and activities through April 6 last Thursday.

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“In light of Governor Jared Polis’ announcement Monday (March 16) afternoon where new restrictions were mandated to slow the advance of the COVID-19 virus narrowing the minimum standards for public gatherings, we are announcing that the Association will follow the guidelines that went into effect at 8 a.m. today and will remain in effect for 30 days,” CHSAA Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green said in the release. “This media and school advisory is to keep the membership apprised of the latest decisions from the CHSAA office.”

In addition to the moratorium extension, all CHSAA music events have been canceled, as has the CHSAA Hall of Fame ceremony on April 14, according to the release.

Among other updates from CHSAA:

The CHSAA Legislative Council meeting, scheduled for April 15, has been postponed.
The State Speech Tournament and Student Leadership Advisor U have been postponed until later in the spring pending changes in the public gathering restrictions.
The CHSAA office will remain closed until March 30, with staff working remotely from home.

The association will post updates on as national and state decisions evolve, as well as through emails to schools and media.

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Source:: The Denver Post – Sports


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