Some public schools in the Historic Triangle are gearing up for the fall sports season.
Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools and the York County School Division are allowing students to compete in fall sports during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
WJCC Schools announced on Monday the school division is allowing high school athletes to compete in varsity sports.
“The first game of the season will be a football game on February 26,” according to the WJCC Schools’ news release. “This is the week after some high school students return to school for in-person, hybrid learning.”
However, this does not apply to junior varsity or middle school fall sports.
“We are eager for all student-athletes to have the chance to play,” said Olwen Herron, WJCC Schools superintendent, in