Looking for the goalposts

Questions linger as to whether fall high school sports will take place or follow lead of junior colleges


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It is unclear if fans will be able to see nailbiter football games, like this one against Kaycee last season.

While there may be a plan forming to resume school in the fall, for many Wyoming high schools the answer of fall sports is still up in the air. 

During the July 15 meeting of the Carbon County School District No. 2 Board of Trustees, Superintendent Jim Copeland informed the members that fall sports was caught between the Wyoming High School Athletics Association (WHSAA) and county health officials.

"We've had meetings as superintendents and ADs with Rod Laird, who's the WHSAA director. Back in June, their philosophy was you each work with your county health department with what is allowed...

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