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IHSA & IDPH Announce Phase 4 Return To Play Guidelines For IHSA Teams That May Begin July 5

 
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The Illinois High School Association (IHSA) announced on Friday, July 3, 2020 that its Stage 2 Return To Play Guidelines have been approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH), and can be instituted by IHSA schools on July 5. The IHSA also announced that it will no longer reference the guidelines as the Stage 2 Return To Play Guidelines, and will instead will refer to them as the Phase 4 Return To Play Guidelines, matching the verbiage used by the state in its Restore Illinois plan. The IHSA Stage 1 Return To Play Guidelines, which were implemented on June 5, will now be referred to as the Phase 3 Return To Play Guidelines for the same reason.

“Safety remains at the forefront of everything that the IHSA is doing as we move into Phase 4 and beyond,” said IHSA Executive Director Craig Anderson. “We appreciate the collaborative efforts of the SMAC and IDPH in recognizing the physical, mental, and emotional benefits for our student-athletes and coaches as they progress into training in a more traditional practice setting. Our focus now shifts to continuing to work with state leadership to determine how to provide the safest environment possible for fall sports.”

A draft of the Phase 4 Return To Play Guidelines, which were developed by the IHSA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee, was sent to IHSA member schools for preparatory purposes following approval by the IHSA Board of Directors on June 15. The IHSA then worked with IDPH to get approval on the Phase 4 Return To Play Guidelines. The Phase 4 Guidelines optimize safety while allowing IHSA teams to gather in groups of 50 coaches and students or less to conduct practices or contests. IHSA coaches can conduct team activities on 20 contact days between June 30 and August 9. An IHSA member high school may not conduct team activities under the Phase 4 Return to Play Guidelines unless they have local school district approval, and are located in a Health Region that is currently in Phase 4 (or better) under the Governor’s Restore Illinois plan. Fans do not traditionally attend contests conducted under the summer contact day format, however, if a host school allows fans to attend, they will be limited to 20% capacity of their facility or less, based on the policy of the host school.

To read the IHSA Phase 4 Return To Play Guidelines, click here.

7/12/2020 1:01 PM

GIRLS SWIM TEAM INTEREST

All interested girls interested in particpating on an IHSA Girls Swimming and Diving Team for Central Catholic HS this fall should contact Athletic Director Hud Venerable at hvenerable@blmcchs.org

7/11/2020 8:18 PM

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR HEAD SIDELINE CHEER COACH

INTERESTED APPLICANTS FOR OUR HEAD SIDELINE CHEER COACH FOR FALL AND WINTER SEASONS SHOULD SEND THEIR RESUME TO ATHLETIC DIRECTOR HUD VENERABLE  - hvenerable@blmcchs.org

Job

  *   Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

  *   Experience coaching

  *   Flexible

  *   Highly organized and dedicated

  *   Strong knowledge of cheer/tumbling

  *   Strong leadership/motivational skills

 

Qualifications

  *   Candidates must have a State of Illinois Professional Educator License registered in McLean County, or have a State of Illinois Substitute Teaching License registered in McLean County, or have a taken the A.S.E.P. Requirements for Coaching in Illinois.

 

 

 

 

 

7/15/2020 3:14 AM

BOYS GOLF

2017-2018 JV Roster
Jersey Name Position Height Weight Class
Casey Bennett 2021
Devyn Bentley 2021
Adam Bonefont 2021
Alex Brouillette 2021
Tyler Butt 2020
Mike Costigan 2020
Cole Davis 2020
Daniel Fetterhoff 2021
Gannon Harrington 2020
Joey Harris 2019
Teddy Johnson 2021
Austin Jordan 2020
Tommy Killian 2019
Graham Knoll 2021
Noah Kotlinski 2021
Jake Manness 2021
Kalin Schmitt 2021
Ryan Sokol 2020
Matthew Trosino 2021
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