MHSAA Post-Season Games To Be Played As Scheduled Amidst Coronavirus Scare
As of right now, the Michigan High School Athletic Association's (MHSAA) postseason basketball tournament is still set to play, amidst the COVID-19 concerns, according to WILX..
Earlier on Tuesday afternoon, the MHSAA had released a statement, hoping to address concerns surroundings COVID-19 with their postseason tournaments.
“The MHSAA is working with state and local health authorities to monitor the developing COVID-19 situation in Michigan. At this time, all MHSAA postseason tournament events will be played as scheduled. We encourage people to follow the CDC guidance regarding hand-washing, personal hygiene and staying home when sick. We are continually monitoring this situation. If it becomes necessary to make adjustments to MHSAA tournament events, decisions will be made to ensure a healthy and safe environment for everyone involved.”
You can listen to the MHSAA Girls' and Boys' Semifinals and Finals games on local MHSAA affiliate, The Game 730AM.
The Ohio High School Athletic Association put restrictions on fan access with their postseason basketball tournaments, with only immediate family members allowed to attend.