A high school sports forecast: Wait and see

A high school sports forecast: Wait and see

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Will the Maine Principals’ Association crown state champions in the high school sports it sponsors this fall amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic?

No one can say for sure yet, but Tuesday was a good day for those prospects for one simple reason — planning for the upcoming season continues.

The MPA’s Interscholastic Management Committee pushed the start of preseason practices back to Sept. 8 — save for the Aroostook County schools that still participate in the annual harvest break, which can begin preparing for the regular season beginning Aug. 17.

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