Principals from the Seminole District’s eight colleges determined Thursday to postpone all basketball video games and wrestling matches till Jan. 4.
The common season for Virginia Excessive College League groups is scheduled to start Monday. Every staff contained in the Seminole should postpone 4 boys basketball and 4 women basketball video games and one wrestling match.
Groups can proceed working towards, as of now.
The Seminole District is house to Amherst, Brookville, E.C. Glass, Heritage, Jefferson Forest, Liberty, Liberty Christian and Rustburg.
Thursday’s information had been anticipated since final Friday, when athletic administrators within the Seminole met and really useful principals vote to push the beginning of winter sports activities to Jan. 4.
This week, the Lynchburg College Board pushed again the beginning of video games at Heritage and E.C. Glass to Jan. 11 and reverted again to its Part 2 pointers for restricted practices.
The Bedford County College Board meets at 6 p.m. tonight to debate the boundaries it positioned on highschool sports activities final week. These limits say Jefferson Forest, Liberty and Staunton River (Blue Ridge District) can’t play till the county and the opposing staff’s locality are out of what the Virginia Division of Well being deems the very best threat class, or the “pink zone.”