The Minnesota State High School League on Monday voted to bring volleyball back to being played this fall. The board had two decisions in front of them to chose between. One decision was to start volleyball in the fall beginning on Sept. 28 with 10 days of preseason practice. The first competitions would take place on on Oct. 8. The season would be an 11-week season, with 14 dual competitions.

  The other decision in front of the board was to keep volleyball in the spring after moving it in August due to COVID-19. The spring dates were: one week of practice Feb. 15, an 11-week season, with 14 dual competitions, concluding April 19 according to a tweet from MSHSL journalist John Millea.  

Currently, the MSHSL board is taking up the idea of bringing prep football to be played in the fall rather than in the spring where it was moved in August.

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