Sports really take a backseat to what has happened to people/businesses in this COVID mess. People's survival is a bigger concern to me as a citizen than any sports, high school wrestling all the way to NFL football. This is a storm we all just have to ride out. The thing is, we are all in the same storm but not the same boat. Some folks it hasn't really hurt badly yet, either fiscally or health wise. I am happy for them. All my kids kept their jobs and are well. My administrative co-workers have stayed healthy and kept working full-time. My hours were cut by 1/3 for April, May and June and I don't know when or if they will return to normal. Our two therapists are on unemployment right now. We have had to really work to adapt at the clinic.
Revenues from the web site are down and I know that many of the camps and tournaments that advertise on the site have been hurt really badly. I got hurt a little. They got hurt a lot.
I think that those that are most concerned about whether we have sports next year are folks whose income was not noticeably effected by the shutdown. Those affected by layoffs, are more concerned with surviving economically as opposed to really being concerned about sports. When everything in society finally settles down, and we get back to something approaching normal, then I think HS sports will resume. Maybe that is three months or maybe it is 12. We just have to ride it out and make sure everyone gets through this with the least damage possible. When tournaments start again you will see the lights come back on. In the mean time we can use this message board to keep the spirit of wrestling alive and at the top of our consciousness until it does start up again. JMHO