CHSAA boy’s tennis, boys’ golf state championships on tap

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The Colorado High School Activities Association enters its 100th year offering athletic programs to Colorado high school athletes. The first of those this year is the boys’ tennis state championships, being played September 25-26 at Gates Tennis Center (5A) and Pueblo City Park (4A).

The defending boys’ tennis team champions entering 2020 include Regis Jesuit (5A) and Cheyenne Mountain (4A).

Following closely on the boys’ tennis meets are the three classification title chases in boys’ golf. Teeing it up on Monday and Tuesday, October 5-6, at Dos Rios Golf Course in Gunnison (3A), Country Club of Colorado in Colorado Springs (4A) and Rolling Hills Golf Club in Lakewood (5A). Eighty-four players will be taking to the course for the state golf championships.

The defending boys’ golf team state champions are Lutheran (3A), Montrose (4A) and Fairview (5A).

CHSAA Post-Season Media Protocol Reminders

Please note that to maintain the appropriate standards required by state, county and local health officials, as well as those standards established by CHSAA, the following shall apply to media coverage during the 2020-2021 school year:

  • No Provisional Passes will be accepted for admittance
  • A 10-Day advance request for passes is required
  • All post-event interviews will be conducted in an area dedicated for such activities (no interviews may be conducted prior to or on field)
  • For any post event interviews, established social distancing rules shall be maintained, including 6 feet distance between all persons and all shall be required to wear face coverings
  • Any interview must have permission of the coach or AD
  • Photographers will be allowed into the competitive arena in designated spots only (There will be NO media access to the start or finish lines in cross country; tennis, golf and softball shall use the normal photography rules as outlined in the CHSAA Media Handbook and be assigned to designated areas)

In boys’ tennis, coach permission must also be obtained to interview individual players.

If you have any questions, please contact Bert Borgmann, Laikyn Cooper or CHSAA site directors on site.

COVID-19 Reminders – Anyone not actively playing or working (officials) on the court must be wearing a mask. Each facility is limited with the number of individuals that may to be inside the tennis center, so CHSAA will be working around those limitations to the best of its ability. Any player not currently on the court is required to exit the facility so that other players may come in and play.

Information and schedules for boys’ tennis: CHSAA: Boys Tennis State Tournaments

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