No introductions will be needed when the French Camp Academy director of athletics Rusty McKnight gathers the school head coaches together for meetings this school year. They all held the same positions last year.
While French Camp head football coach Nathan Wright says he understands the decision by the MHSAA, he said losing the two games the Panthers had to cancel was disappointing.
The fate of Mississippi High School Activities Association fall sports might be decided next Tuesday. That is when the MHSAA Executive Committee will meet to determine what adjustments may be necessary to begin the fall season in light of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Mid South Association of Independent Schools (MAIS) is planning for a fall season.
If the 2020 French Camp football schedule looks familiar, there is a good reason.
It is the same 11 opponents in the same order as last year. The only difference is that last year's home games will be on the road and last year's road games at home.
There is a 2020-21 sports calendar on the Mississippi High School Activities Association website, but it is tentative because of uncertainty caused by the pandemic.
“Everything is pretty fluid at this time,” said MHSAA executive director Don Hinton.
Kosciusko High School began on-campus workouts for athletes this week in accordance with Mississippi High School Activities Association guidelines.
In the wake of the Coronavirus Pandemic, sports fans, coaches and athletes are ready for sports on all levels to return.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association Executive Committee has given schools the green light to begin some athletic activities June 1.