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IHSAA, IGHSAU revise Iowa high school spring sports schedule

All spring state meets are moved into June

The Class 3A girls' 400-meter relay at the 2019 state track and field meet. The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union an
The Class 3A girls’ 400-meter relay at the 2019 state track and field meet. The Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union and the Iowa High School Athletis Associaton moved the 2020 meet to June 4-6. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)

The Iowa High School Athletic Association and the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union have redrawn the spring high school sports schedule, with hopes of resuming practice May 1 for track and field, golf, tennis and soccer.

The new calendar, with all dates subject to change:

Boys' and girls' track and field

First competition: May 4

State-qualifying meets: May 28

State meet: June 4-6

 

Boys' golf

First competition: May 4

Postseason meets: May 29, June 5

State meet: June 11-12

 

Girls' golf

First competition: May 4

Postseason meets: May 26, June 1

State meet: June 8-9

 

Boys' tennis (team)

First competition: May 4

Postseason tournament: May 23, May 30

State tournament: June 9

 

Girls' tennis (team)

First competition: May 4

Postseason tournament: May 23, May 30, June 1

State tournament: June 1-2, June 13

 

Boys' tennis (singles/doubles)

First competition: May 4

Postseason tournament: May 20

State tournament: June 5-6

 

Girls' tennis (singles/doubles)

First competition: May 4

Postseason tournament: May 27

State tournament: June 10-11

 

Boys' soccer

First competition: May 8

Substate tournament: June 8, June 10, June 12

State tournament: June 15, June 17, June 19

 

Girls' soccer

First competition: May 8

Regional tournament: June 4, June 5, June 9, June 11

State tournament: June 16, June 18, June 20 

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