In the wake of announcements revolving around the Breonna Taylor case in Louisville today, Meade County High School athletics have had to make changes to some of their schedules. The MCHS Boys Soccer team was scheduled to play at Pleasure Ridge Park today, but Athletic Director Todd Clanton says that match will be canceled. He hopes that they can reschedule that game later this season, if time allows. Due to possible civil unrest from the announcement, the MCHS football teams game scheduled to take place at Louisville Central this Friday has been rescheduled for Saturday in Meade County. Louisville Central is only two blocks from the Jefferson Square blockade in downtown Louisville. Clanton said that the game will instead be played this Saturday at noon at the Stuart Pepper Middle School field, as the new MCHS field will not be ready until October 9 to host games. The game will not be open to the public because of COVID 19 restriction. Each player will receive 2 tickets for family members, which is mandated from the KHSAA. Clanton said that, in October, phase 2 of the KHSAA plan will begin. At that time each player will be allowed 4 tickets for family to attend.