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FHSAA Athletic Director Advisory Committee meets about fall sports

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There were approximately 800 players from multiple states competing at the Paradise Coast Sports Complex in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Naples Daily News

The Florida High School Athletic Association took the next step toward starting fall sports amid the coronavirus pandemic with the meeting of its Athletic Directors Advisory Committee on Wednesday.

No official vote or action was taken, but members of the committee received input offered from the fall sports advisory committees that met last week. The athletic directors also discussed the plans for starting sports in their own counties.

Members of the ADAC ranked the FHSAA’s three options for starting the year in order of preference. Thirteen of the 15 on the committee picked Option 1 or Option 3 as their first choice.

More: FHSAA creates 3 options for delayed sports in 2020-21

Option 1 is to begin fall practices as currently planned on Aug. 24 with slightly shortened regular seasons and keep the…

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