Perry Meridian Athletics will utilize Twitter and this website to update our community about cancellations this spring. We will also continue to update EventLink team schedules (www.eventlink.com). You also can see these games schedules on this website under each team page when clicking on the spring drop-down menu above.
Please follow @PMFalconSports on Twitter as information will be sent out on this platform first.
We are working with the IHSAA, Perry Township, and our Mid-State Conference schools as we look at the spring schedules.
More information will be distributed as it becomes available. If you have concerns about threatening your eligibility for spring sports, please reach out to your coach or the athletic office.
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As of March 19, 2020,
We have canceled spring practices and competitions until May 1st. This includes track, softball, baseball, golf, tennis, and unified sports. This would also include PMHS club sports; lacrosse and boys volleyball.
Per the IHSAA:
Currently, we still intend to stage an abbreviated spring sports program. The provisions to follow are contingent upon a return to school including approved gatherings of multiple students by May 1, 2020. From this point forward until May 1, 2020, all IHSAA spring sports (Track & Field, Unified Track & Field, Softball, Baseball, Boys Golf, and Girls Tennis) are now to revert to IHSAA By-Law 15-2, During School Year Out-of-Season. This allows parents and students to make an independent determination to seek an activity that is non-school sponsored while schools are out of session. This is NOT an invitation to begin a limited contact period or conditioning which is school-sponsored and against the directive of our Governor. If we are able to resume on May 1, 2020, the number of separate days of practice necessary to participate in any interscholastic event, including contests shall be set at five (5).
As of March 13, 2020, we have canceled spring practices and competitions until April 6th. This includes track, softball, baseball, golf, tennis, and unified sports. This also includes PMHS club sports, lacrosse and boys volleyball.
Per the IHSAA rule 19-4 each athlete will need to meet the minimum number of practices prior to the first competition. This could delay the start of the competition season further than April 6th.