A disappointing end to what was an abbreviated season because of COVID-19.
It's good news for parents who were worried they couldn't watch their children's games in-person.
There will be no state tournament for fall sports.
The board will meet Thursday with more hugely popular items on the agenda.
The league's board held an emergency meeting on Monday.
The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 21.
The sport linked to the most confirmed or likely outbreaks is basketball.
No sport can hold more than 12 training sessions.
The decisions affected football, volleyball, soccer, tennis, cross-country, soccer and swimming/diving.
Weber collapsed during last year's state wrestling tournament.
Schools can start summer training on June 15.
Oliver Simmons is a two-time Tennessee Mr. Basketball and won a national title with Kentucky in 1996.
Lights will be turned at fields and stadiums between 8 and 9 p.m. Monday.
A countless number of seniors didn't get a say in how their prep basketball careers ended.
The MSHSL announced limited access due to the coronavirus.
The end of regulation was as high-drama as it gets.
The tournament runs from March 11-14.
The top seeds are Warroad in 1A and Andover in 2A.
Just two more section championship games remain.
Tourney brackets will be released this weekend.
The 1A games begin Wednesday with 2A action starting Thursday.