It is currently August 21st and all bowling centers in the lower half of the state of Michigan are still closed per the Governor’s orders. It appears that she may be opening some bowling centers in the next few weeks with limited capacity due to the Corona Virus. The MHSAA just released a statement yesterday that all winter sports are going as planned as of right now which means that all MHSAA rules apply so the 4 person rule for out of season applies to bowling as soon as school begins in early September, this will limit any out of season practices for bowling so this means there will be no bowling camps or summer/fall practice sessions that can be scheduled unless it is 4 people or less. Rumors are out that bowling will be limited in the Winter with no tournaments allowed because the bowling centers will have to practice social distancing, so if there is a high school bowling season it appears it will be limited with competitions and when bowling matches there will be no jamboree style conference matches unless the governor lifts her restrictions. Follow the MHSAA website for updates and stay in contact with your high school bowling coaches and athletic directors because this situation changes daily.