Governor Mike DeWine announced during his afternoon press conference that fall sports, both contact and non-contact, would be able to move forward with a season. Restrictions would be in place as far as fans and spectators are concerned, as only immediate family would be able to attend games and meets. Governor DeWine also said that the state and the OHSAA have given the okay to any school that wishes to delay until the spring to be able to play in the spring. Regular health guidelines, such as social distancing will be in place during games as well. The full health order on fall sports is set to be released Wednesday.