What next for spring sports?
• Gov. Tim Walz is expected Wednesday to extend and modify his stay-at-home order set to expire Friday. Those modifications have possible implications for Minnesota high school spring sports, which were shut down until May 4 when the governor put the stay-at-home order in effect.
• When Walz announced the two-week stay-at-home order March 25, he ordered that schools would switch to distance learning until May 4. Last Thursday, Walz signaled a “relatively slim’’ chance schools would abandon distance learning for the rest of the school year, an assessment that increases the chance of spring sports being canceled.
• Check startribune.com on Wednesday for the latest on this story.