The Minnesota State High School League has voted to bring fall volleyball and football back for high schools across the state, starting Monday.
The 20-member governing board Monday morning, Sept. 21, voted to start a late season with a 10-day practice season before matches start as soon as Oct. 8.
The plan now calls for an 11-week season. The board is still discussion whether to resume fall football, with discussion of the likelihood that many fields may not be playable in spring season.
League officials in August decided to push volleyball and football into the spring season due to COVID-19.