If Kewaunee, Southern Door, Sturgeon Bay, Algoma, and Gibraltar get to compete sooner rather than later this fall, they may have to thank a conference foe for getting the ball rolling.
Parents of Packerland Conference member Oconto rallied at a school board meeting on Friday to get the sports season going according to a report filed by WBAY. At the meeting, the parents questioned why they were unable to compete in athletics while neighboring Oconto Falls of the Bay Conference will get to play out their season. It is a similar situation in Kewaunee County where Kewaunee and Algoma are waiting to see the COVID-19 activity level drop to a low or moderate level before they compete while Luxemburg-Casco's teams have either already competed or have games scheduled in the coming weeks.
Kewaunee, Algoma, Sevastopol, and Southern Door have given the ok for all fall sports to start once it is safe to while Gibraltar and Sturgeon Bay are allowing non-contact sports to resume once the metrics allow.