•  ***A Message from the MSHSL on the 2020 Spring Season***

    The Minnesota State High School League continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation and the most current information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and the Office of the Governor. The MSHSL supports the efforts of all students, staff and communities in limiting the spread of COVID-19. The goal of the MSHSL is to be responsive to member schools and keep future participation options open for the spring activity season. Effective immediately and continuing until the Governor of Minnesota has lifted his school closure declaration: • All participation in MSHSL spring activities at all member schools is suspended. • Participation includes, but is not limited to, competitions, training, practices, scrimmages, and contests. Pending a reopening of schools by the Governor, return to participation protocols will be determined and communicated by the MSHSL Board and MSHSL staff.

     

    Hello Titan Softball Players, Parents, Families, and Fan Base

        We are in the midst of a never-before-experienced worldwide pandemic. It has now crept into the State of Minnesota and is having a great impact on our school year and softball season. 

    At this time our season is POSTPONED. We have been given the following limitations by the high school league. 

      - NO practices, meetings, gatherings, contact, etc. THROUGH May 4th

     We are remaining very hopeful that we will be permitted to practice on the 5th. At the same time we need to demonstrate patience and understanding in knowing that we could be pushed out further.

    We will do our best to salvage our season given the new time constraints and limitations. I am remaining optimistic that we will be able to put some sort of a season together for our Seniors.

    Just as a point of reference in 2018 we did not play a game outside until April 30th, and we were able to complete an 18-game schedule by the start of section play. This is a common reality for Spring sports, we are accustomed to making the best of difficult situations.

    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Jessica.dooley3@gmail.com

    In the meantime, stay safe, stay healthy, stay 7 feet away from other people when in public spaces, and wash your hands!

    Thank you,

        Coach Dooley