There's a rumor that the NHIAA canceled the indoor track season.

High school sports are something every student-athlete looks forward to, especially if they play multiple seasons/multiple sports. For example, you may see a fall football player also run winter indoor and spring outdoor track to stay in shape and keep their cardio up for football season.

Or perhaps winter basketball players will play fall volleyball to keep their bodies both conditioned as well as used to running around and competing on a court (or perhaps the basketball coach is also the volleyball coach, so it's just natural the student-athlete will compete in whatever sport their coach is the head honcho of.)

But a student-athlete doesn't need to be involved in multiple sports -- sometimes they just have a passion for their sport, and they literally look forward to and train year-round for their season to come around. Unfortunately, if a rumor dropped in a tweet yesterday afternoon is to be believed, indoor track athletes are going to miss out on yet another season of action.

There's still a chance the indoor track season could be on, although unlikely.

Even though that tweet from Joshua Spaulding seems legit, after doing some digging all around the official NHIAA website, there's no official announcement of a canceling of the season this winter.

However, the proof may actually be in what's not listed on the website as well. When looking under the winter sports tab on the website, multiple sports like boys' and girls' basketball, boys' and girls' ice hockey, boys' and girls' swimming/diving, gymnastics, bowling, and wrestling all have schedules for the 2021-2022 winter season posted.

Boys' and girls indoor track, as well as boys' and girls' alpine and nordic skiing, though, have no upcoming schedules posted, which could lend some truth to Joshua's tweet.

Boys' and girls indoor track, as well as boys' and girls' alpine and nordic skiing, though, have no upcoming schedules posted, which could lend some truth to Joshua's tweet.

And with most winter seasons starting in the next couple of weeks -- or in the case of wrestling, which has already started -- it's quite possibly looking like indoor sprinters, long-distance runners, and shot put throwers may be sitting on the outside of a high school sports season looking in.

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