Even if high school baseball makes it to the diamond this summer featuring some familiar matchups, all the games will be considered nonconference. Conversations began last week among coaches in the Packerland about taking advantage of the WIAA’s permitted 30-day window in the summer to host contact spring sports. It is a ground-up movement, starting with the coaches and involving administrators in a limited fashion to try and secure transportation and officials. Because the coaches are initiating it, the results of any game played will not be recognized by the league. Nor would it go on the record books with the WIAA. Preliminary plans are to have a round-robin format, each team getting one game against the other schools participating.