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While there is still some trepidation, Enid and Northwest Oklahoma have been busily going about living life again, and that includes on the playing fields.

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The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association has amended previously approved rules dealing with outbreaks of influenza on scheduled activities to include COVID-19 as it nears the start of the 2020-21 school year.

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OSSAA Executive Director David Jackson said when considering lost sponsorships and fees being returned to the schools the revenue hit could be just shy of seven figures, estimated at $900,000 by Jackson.

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As school districts began to establish parameters and games began to be played, there was a sense of nervousness among coaches that it could all come to a halt again, especially in light of the tight vote and potential pressure from politicians.

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The crowd at David Allen for the early game, a 10-2 win by the OK Drillers 17 over the OK Mudcats, attracted a surprising number of fans, an indication perhaps of just how much we have missed sports and how ready everyone is to put much of this in the rearview mirror.

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By a 7-6 vote, the board rejected a three-phase plan to restart prep sports that would have kept organized athletics sidelined until at least Aug. 1 and banned organized practices until the end of June.

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A deeply divided Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors rejected a proposed plan that would have placed significant restrictions on a return to prep sports in Oklahoma.

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• Editor’s note: There are more questions than answers regarding when, and how, college football will begin again. Each week until next season, The Transcript will produce its Watch List to monitor developments, setbacks or points of interest surrounding college football’s anticipated return. 

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Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, in a notice sent to its members on Tuesday, said it was delaying announcing its plans for the resumption of activities.

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Both events were well-received and came off without much of a hitch and we should all cheer this small step toward the return of professional major sports.

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The Oklahoma Flying Aces indoor professional team remains hopeful that there will still be a season and fans can cheer them on at the Stride Bank Center.

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The board voted unanimously to increase ticket prices for preliminary playoff rounds to $7 and to $10 for championship rounds in most sports. However, playoff ticket prices for football and soccer will increase to $10 for all playoff rounds.

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Enid Speedway promoter Kip Hughes' roots run deep at the venerable 3/8-mile dirt racetrack located on the Garfield County Fairgrounds. That, and a love for all things racing, keeps him going and determined to ensure the speedway remains viable and will emerge from the current shutdown caused…

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The sports cancellations started like a ripple and developed into a full-blown tsunami the likes of which we have never seen in most of our lifetimes.

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EDMOND, Okla. — Amidst concerns over transmission of the respiratory sickness COVID-19, the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Athletics Association will postpone the Class 2A through Class 6A brackets of the OSSAA State Basketball Tournaments. 

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