HOUSTON - With each passing day, high school athletic directors and their departments are forced to pivot and adjust their plans to adhere to new county or state orders as they are released.
Tuesday was another one of those "whirlwind" days.
On Friday, Harris County Judge Lina Hildago announced an order not allowing public or non-religious private schools in Harris County to start in-person learning prior to September 8. That included doing strength and conditioning camps.
Last week, the University Interscholastic League announced its plans for the fall sports.
Class 4A and below would begin on time, while Class 5A and 6A are slated to start a month later than they would normally. KPRC Channel 2 Sports Director Randy McIlvoy caught up with UIL Deputy Director Dr. Jamey Harrison recently to discuss the UIL's decision and the fluidity of the situation as we move forward.
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