While it waits on whether spring sports will resume, the Minnesota State High School League acknowledged growing logistical challenges to doing so today.
The volleyball team has played three games, the football team just one. A school board meeting Thursday evening is expected to decide if they'll be any more.
Five student-athletes from Campbell-Tintah high school near the state's western border are playing football for the Tri-State Tigers, a coop that also include Fairmount (N.D.) and Rosholt (S.D.)
As it approved plans to restart fall sports with limitations, the league's board signaled a new direction for financing its $9 million budget by relying less on state tournaments.