Weather Will Dampen Spring Fling Schedule-UPDATE 10:45

Update 10:45

Softball:  As of 8 AM, all softball games originally scheduled for 10 AM will begin at 11 AM.  The afternoon session will begin no earlier than 5 PM.  Games at McKnight Field #3 have been moved to McKnight Field #4.

Baseball: As of 10:30 AM, there are several delays in baseball.  The 10 AM game at Wilson Central will begin at Noon.  The 10 AM game at LaVergne will begin at 2 PM.  The 10 AM game at Smyrna will no earlier than 1 PM.

Tennis: Competition will be held indoors at the Adams Tennis Complex at Old Fort Park, keeping as close to schedule as possible.

Soccer: No competition is scheduled until 4 PM.

Track and Field: No competition is scheduled until 2 PM.

Update 8:45:

Softball:  As of 8 AM, all softball games originally scheduled for 10 AM will begin at 11 AM.

Baseball: As of 8 AM, all baseball sites are on schedule.

Tennis: Competition will be held indoors at the Adams Tennis Complex at Old Fort Park, keeping as close to schedule as possible.

Original Story

It’s generally so hot you cook during Spring Fling. Or, it’s so wet it throws a wrench in the whole schedule. The latter seems to be the theme for this week.

Weather forecasts all pretty much agree that Wednesday is a wash, a 90% chance of showers before noon will give way to a 60% chance of rain this afternoon.

TSSAA has set up a special page to help monitor the weather and keep teams and parents informed. We will post updates here throughout the day as the situation develops and we have more information.

 

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