While seasons for high school soccer, swimming and volleyball haven’t been stopped yet, it does mean the cancellation of the annual Battle on the Boardwalk event, which was scheduled for Saturday.

A meeting of the MHSAA’s Representative Council Friday yielded little change to current guidelines governing play for boys soccer, volleyball and girls swimming.

As a result, the yearly Battle on the Boardwalk volleyball tournament between Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Fruitport and Mona Shores was postponed. In the summer, it had been scheduled for Friday before being pushed to Saturday.

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