Wyoming Indian Nixes Fall Sports Season
Wyoming Indian School has become the second in the state to forgo fall sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The announcement came out via Twitter earlier in the week. The school will have remote learning from September 8th through October 16th and then will see how they stand for the 2nd quarter of the academic year.
Wyoming Indian has been excellent in cross country with the boy's teams winning 10 state titles over the course of 11 years with 9 straight from 2007-2015. The girls' cross country team won its first state title in 2019.
The Chiefs' football team was scheduled to start to play in the new Class 1A-9 man division this fall. Their volleyball team plays at the 2A level.
Wyoming Indian joins St.Stephens as the two schools that have opted out due to coronavirus concerns. The Eagles were also slated to play 1A-9 man this fall so the west division is down to 5 teams before the season begins.