The New Mexico Activities Association’s board of directors has delayed the start of high school sports by four weeks until February as coronavirus cases continue to increase across the state.
Association Executive Director Sally Marquez said the board voted Wednesday that February 1st is the latest the association would be able to get all sports played this academic year. The new schedule allows fall sports including football, cross-country, volleyball and soccer to begin preseason workouts on Feb. 1. The decision is dependent on Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, who can approve or deny the start dates for activities.
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