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The rumor mill had been in full operation in the last week after Iowa Governor, Kim Reynolds, suspended middle school sports and left high school sports with heavy regulations.
The question of why middle school and not high school sports was asked, with Governor Reynolds replying, “High school sports are easier to control.”
The rumor and speculation was that the powers that be were allowing the State Football Tournament to finish out, which wrapped up this past weekend, before suspending the winter season in its infancy.
During a press conference on Tuesday, Governor Reynolds made no mention of Iowa high school sports, instead focusing on the Thanksgiving holiday on November 26.
As it stands now, the regulations put forward last week are still in affect and Mount Ayr Community School District has implemented a way to adhere to those regulations, with each athlete receiving two tickets for admittance to each contest.
As of now, livestreaming is up in the air for MACHS, as they look for a sponsor to host the livestreams.
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