Fall football took a hit today when Mid-Pacific President Paul Turnbull outlined his school’s plan for reopening amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
The school intends on opening for in-class instruction on August 17 but will not participate in three sports, two in the fall and one in the winter. That means no football, cheerleading or wrestling.
Mid-Pacific students participate as the Pac-Five conglomerate in those sports and have since HUMMERS was established in 1974. The letter cited limiting “daily physical interactions between student cohorts outside the Mid-Pacific community.”
Only sports that compete as Pac-Five were mentioned.
Pac-Five uses Mid-Pacific’s football field to hold practices.