LANCASTER, S.C. (WBTV) – Sports in the Carolinas look a lot different this year, as far as rules are concerned.
Gov. Henry McMaster will allow some South Carolina sports to start practicing on Saturday, though not all will.
Gov. Roy Cooper says non-contact sports in North Carolina, can start again, though some teams in Charlotte say they’re having trouble figuring out how to practice.
The Lancaster Dixie Baseball made a tough decision not to reopen.
Meantime, in Charlotte, the county is stopping teams from getting out to hit on fields.
“Obviously this is not the way we wanted the season to go,” Lancaster Dixie Chair Brett Nelson said.
The baseball fields home to the Lancaster Dixie Baseball teams are empty.