In the Independent School League, time is running out.
With campuses closed to students until at least May 4, the current end date to Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s stay-at-home advisory due to the coronavirus pandemic, the window for squeezing in an abbreviated season is closing.
ISL coaches are planning a conference call for Tuesday to discuss options. With the 16 boys teams in the ISL split evenly between day and boarding schools, the latter group faces additional obstacles that the former doesn’t.