Bishop Fenwick athletic director and head football coach Dave Woods is one of many administrators waiting for guidance from the MIAA on the future of fall sports. (Item File Photo)

North Shore football coaches making adjustments as season gets delayed

Following the MIAA's announcement that the start of fall sports will be pushed back to September 14, coaches around the North Shore are now scrambling to see what to do next. For high school football, the first sport to start practices every fall season, it's going to be an adjustment.

"Sitting back these past few weeks and watching football in other states get canceled or pushed way back, it's been a nervous time for all of us," said Revere football coach Lou Cicatelli, who has been at the helm of the Patriots for 19 years. "We all know it's going to be tough getting back out on the field, and right now it's all just a waiting game for us."

"At this point, I know we're all just anxious and a little excited for the prospects of a football season," said Fenwick football coach Dave Woods, who will be coaching the Crusaders for his 22nd year. "Obviously we …

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