The combined Winter/Spring sports season is set to begin April 12 and run until June 12.
The following has been set forth by WIAA regarding the 18.22.0 Waiver for Concurrent Sports Limitations.
The current WIAA rules states: A middle level or high school level student may be on only one (1) interscholastic sports roster per season. The exception allows, with local school board approval for small schools to salvage programs for their students.
The 18.22.0 wavier would allow students to compete in two (2) sports during the same season (Winter and Spring 2021 sports), provided the following conditions are met:
- Superintendent or Head of School approval would be required
- Potential combinations:
- One (1) contact* sport plus one (1) non-contact** sport
- Two (2) non-c0ntact** sports
- Students could participate in cheerleading or dance/drill concurrently with any other contact* or non-contact** sport
- This would only apply to traditional Winter and Spring athletes; not allowed would be Spring to Spring nor Winter to Winter sports
- The minimum practice requirements for each sport must continue to be met prior to competing in a contest.
- Student athletes will be allowed to practice or compete during a maximum of 18 hours per week combined for both sports (excluding culminating events).
The affected Winter/Spring sports that are eligible for concurrent participation include:
*Contact sports: Girls and Boys Basketball, Boys Soccer, Girls and Boys Wrestling
**Non-Contact Sports: Baseball, Girls Bowling, Girls Golf, Gymnastics, Fastpitch Softball, Boys Swim/Dive, Girls Tennis, Boys and Girls Track and Field, Volleyball
To participate and register in sports students must be cleared through FamilyID.