SBLive Washington podcast: How the high school sports world is organizing for a potential return to play

In the days since Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued new statewide reopening metrics for high school sports, leagues across the states are meeting to decide whether to stick with the WIAA’s pandemic-condensed 2021 season structure, or branch off for the year and make their own.

On this week’s episode of the SBLive Washington podcast, which published Thursday, Dan Dickau, Todd Milles and Andy Buhler discuss the myriad ways the high school sports world is preparing for a potential return to play. Plus, Saint George’s School athletic director, head boys basketball coach and COVID coordinator joins (11:15 mark) to talk about how feasible a return-to-play is under the state’s new reopening plan.

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The SBLive Washington podcast is a weekly conversation that takes a look at the top stories impacting high school sports across the state of Washington. We’d love to hear your most memorable piece of advice from a coach. Tag us on Twitter or Instagram @sblivewa or at our SBLive Washington page on Facebook. The podcast is hosted and produced by reporter Andy Buhler and includes analyst Dan Dickau and senior reporter Todd Milles as regular co-hosts.

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