HARRISBURG (AP) – The governing body for Pennsylvania interscholastic sports is expected to decide whether to move forward with the fall season against the governor’s recommendation that all youth sports be postponed until 2021. The board of the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association is meeting Friday afternoon. The PIAA delayed the start of fall sports by two weeks after Gov. Tom Wolf on Aug. 6 urged that scholastic and recreational youth sports be put off until January, citing the coronavirus pandemic. The PIAA has said it was blindsided and “tremendously disappointed” by the Wolf Administration’s recommendation, which is not binding.