Sioux Falls schools won’t have outdoor sports spectator restrictions

Spectators watch Post 15 Legion East and Post 15 Legion West baseball teams play in the first day of live sports since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic on Friday, June 12, at Harmodon Park Sioux Falls.

Outdoor sports in the Sioux Falls School District still won’t require spectator attendance restrictions while indoor sports will require restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Tuesday decision.

The school board acknowledged this recommendation Monday, according to a press release from the athletics department. The board had no meeting scheduled for Monday.

Track and field, girls golf, boys tennis and baseball still won’t require spectator attendance restrictions as of the Tuesday decision. However, activities held indoors still require spectator attendance restrictions based on the capacity of the host facility.

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This decision will be monitored and assessed very closely and the spectator attendance restrictions may be reimplemented at any time, according to the release.

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