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KC-Piper Reverses Course, Will Participate In Fall Sports

KC-Piper Reverses Course, Will Participate In Fall Sports

KC-Piper High School announced a plan to allow fall sports to continue in the time being.

The plan allows the Piper teams to participate in competitions, however, the competitions must be held outside of Wyandotte County.

Bonner Springs and KC-Turner High Schools are also affected by the Wyandotte County Public Health order earlier this month. While no official announcement has been made, those schools now have a template to allow their student-athletes to potentially compete.

KC-Piper football head coach Rick Pollard immediately took to Twitter to show his support of the decision made:

Meanwhile, in the western half of the state, Wichita Public Schools voted last night to begin their school year in the “Orange Category”.

That decision lasts for the first 9 weeks of the school year and cancels all fall high school sports for Wichita Public Schools.

This decision affects Independence and Pittsburg High Schools in Southeast Kansas.

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