High school sports in Pennsylvania — all the ones under the jurisdiction of the PIAA, which includes all public schools in the state and others such as the Philadelphia Catholic League — are officially canceled for the rest of this school year.
After Gov. Tom Wolf’s announcement Thursday that Pennsylvania schools would be closed for in-school classes for the rest of the school year, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association announced the cancellations.
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That goes for all spring sports, and also the winter sports championships that had been suspended but not yet canceled.