The HHSAA announces ‘no-contact period’ for fall sports until Aug. 19

Konawaena wins the BIIF Division II volleyball title in 2017. (Tim Wright/West Hawaii Today File Photo)

Ka'u quarterback Zachary Kai looks avoid a tackle and run upfield against Pahoa in the BIIF eight-man championships in 2017. The Trojans won 38-24, their third title in four years. (Pam Taylor/West Hawaii Today File Photo)

While the first day of school in Hawaii is set for Aug. 4, high school athletes of fall sports will have to wait a few weeks longer to begin their season.