There have been several schedule changes for local high school football teams because of COVID-19.
Miami’s game at home with Verdigris has been bumped back to noon Saturday at Red Robertson Field due to the coronavirus and quarantine issues.
Wyandotte’s game at Chouteau has been cancelled, but the Bears now will host Ketchum in a non-district game.
The Warriors were originally scheduled to face Kansas Friday night.
The teams also will square off Oct. 23 at Ketchum in a District A-6 game.
If the contest hadn’t been added, Wyandotte wouldn’t have played its first game of 2020 until Sept. 18, when it is scheduled to host Colcord.
Fairland returns to action, traveling to Liberty Friday night.
After having to go on quarantine following their second scrimmage at Kansas, they had an open date last Friday.
Quapaw has had to cancel its home game against Riverton, Kansas.
The Wildcats opened with a Week Zero win over Chouteau, but CHS had several players test positive.
In other action this week, Commerce travels to Chelsea, Afton hosts Colcord, Chetopa, Kansas, is at Bluejacket and Welch tackles Life Christian Academy of Choctaw at home.
The Wyandotte Fall Classic softball tournament is moving forward, but with schedule changes.
Quapaw and Kansas were forced to drop out because of COVID, so only three games are being played starting Thursday at 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 1 p.m.
Joining WHS in the field are Hulbert, Adair, Ketchum, Kellyville and the Webb City JV.
The fifth-place game will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, followed by the third-place game at 11:30 a.m. and the championship at 1 p.m.