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The fall high school sports picture came into focus on Friday as Gov. Gina Raimondo and the Rhode Island Interscholastic League set forth their plans for a season amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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At the earliest, the fate of football, boys and girls soccer, field hockey and volleyball (girls and unified) won’t be known until after Aug. 31.

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South Kingstown is seeing a lot of first-place Gershkoff, with two meetings in the last two weeks of the regular season and a third that was scheduled for Wednesday in the opening round of the R.I. Elite League playoffs.

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NK’s Gormley, Maloney take their shot in premier showcase event

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Tentative plans have been mapped out for cross country, one of the few Rhode Island Interscholastic League fall sports that would be able to take place under Phase 3 guidelines of the state’s reopening plan.

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The Rhode Island Interscholastic League has a blueprint of possibilities and a start date for sports in the 2020-21 academic year, but no final decisions have been made about what the upcoming fall season will look like.

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Tom Marcello – Ponaganset High athletic director and Bishop Hendricken graduate – is moving to the statewide level as the RIIL’s new assistant executive director.