For the first time in several months, Charlton County athletes will be able to work out and condition together on school grounds beginning on Monday. The Indian football team has split the team into four groups to begin weight training. The GHSA has stated that groups of twenty, including coaches, are the maximum to be together at one time.

On Thursday, in a rain-delayed NASCAR event at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Chase Elliott took the lead with 27 laps remaining to claim his first win of the season. Elliott had come close several times this year but finally finished on top.

On Sunday, NASCAR moved over to the Bristol Motor Speedway and Elliott and Joey Logano battled at the end but took each other out with just two laps remaining, allowing Brad Keselowski to take the lead and claim the win. It was his 32nd career win.

Major league baseball teams have released hundreds of minor league players in cost-saving measures, putting the 2020 minor league season in doubt. The owners and players are squabbling over money so there is no timeline for when – or if – major league baseball will return.

The NBA is set to have a meeting Thursday to vote on how they wish to proceed with the season. The proposal gaining the most steam is having 22 teams finish out the regular season and begin the playoffs with all games being played in Orlando. Twenty-two teams is the number that are among the eight seeds or within six games of the eighth position in each conference.

College football players are also returning to campus beginning on Monday as they begin preparation for the upcoming season. 

Georgia picked up a new member to their squad when University of Southern California quarterback J.T. Daniels announced he would be transferring to Georgia. It is not known yet whether he will be immediately eligible or have to sit out a year. The Bulldogs have already picked up transfer quarterback Jamie Newman from Wake Forest.

With all the charity events over with, the PGA Tour is set to resume on June 11-14 with the Charles Schwab Classic in Fort Worth Texas. The tournament will be played with no fans in attendance.

The WNBA forced teams to trim their rosters down to 12 players so that they can begin paying them on June 1. The difficult part was that teams had no training camp to review players especially rookies that had just been drafted. With that being said, there has been no start date for the season to begin.