Suburban One League to meet August 28th to determine which schools will compete in fall sports

As we reported, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association voted this week to allow fall sports to go forward. While fall sports are now possible across the state, that doesn’t mean schools are required to participate.

Wissahickon and Upper Dublin high schools compete in the Suburban One League and according to a report in the Courier Times, there is a meeting of the schools on Friday, August 28th, which will be the deadline for schools to declare if they will compete in the fall. Once it is known which schools will compete, a schedule will be created.

As of now, Wissahickon High School has taken steps to have fall sports. It has published a Wissahickon High School Athletic Department Health and Safety Plan (phase 1 and phase 2). Upper Dublin has a similar plan.

The only school in the 24-school league to already announce that it won’t compete in the fall is Cheltenham High School.