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Packerland Conference cancels first three weeks of its season

For the second time in three seasons, the Packerland Conference slate will be slashed for reason outside of their control.

 

According to Sturgeon Bay Athletic Director Todd  Meikle, the Packerland Conference will

postpone all high school scheduled games at the end of April and cancel the first 3 weeks of the conference season. The schedule change is because the coronavirus outbreak forced Governor Tony Evers to issue a Safer at Home order which closed schools until at least the end of April. It is likely the most competitions wiped out since an early spring blizzard postponed or canceled the bulk of the seasons for track, boys golf, girls soccer, baseball, and softball.

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