The spring season is the busiest during the academic year, with nine active recognized sports — baseball, flag football, lacrosse, softball, tennis, track and field, boys volleyball, water polo and boys weightlifting.

In its third coronavirus-related update this week, the Florida High School Athletic Association states that it has made “no final decisions” about the fate of its championship events for all spring sports.

“Furthermore, spring sport rankings will not be released until further notice. As we receive information from state authorities and health departments, the FHSAA will continue to make decisions for each sport individually, moving forward,” the organization said in a statement.

The spring season is the busiest during the academic year, with nine active recognized sports — baseball, flag football, lacrosse, softball, tennis, track and field, boys volleyball, water polo and boys weightlifting. According to figures provided by the FHSAA, the state championship events for those sports brought in a total attendance of 34,898 people in 2019.