HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said today that he recommends no high school sports be played until 2021. Wolf made the comment at the end of a news conference, after he was asked about updated guidance for Pennsylvania Interscholastic Association events. Wolf said congregate settings and anything that brings people together should be avoided during the coronavirus pandemic. The governor’s statement came a week after the PIAA released guidelines for returning to competition, as well as three scheduling options. The Lancaster-Lebanon League and the York-Adams League decided to push back the start of their seasons. House Speaker, Bryan Cutler was quick to remind Pennsylvanians that the press release from the Governor called the announcement a “strong recommendation” and not an order or mandate. Stay tuned to your local leagues for the latest on plans for this fall.