Three Rivers Conference coaches met Monday and made some adjustments to the spring sports schedule.

The baseball schedule was cut to 10 conference games with the first game played against an opponent being the TRC game. Any other contests with conference teams will be considered non-conference.

Golf will play each team once and then the conference meet will be considered the second meeting. The team that wins the conference would get four wins to go along with the individual matches played.

Softball is going to stay the same.

The Minnesota State High School League has also sent out a memo to coaches listing suggestions to get in more games as this has been a statewide problem. The notice explained that MSHSL has been asked about moving state tournaments back, but "given the number of changes that would need to be addressed at subsection, section and state tournament sites, as well as family plans, summer jobs, camps and clinics, and other summer activities that would be conflicted, it doesn't seem as if that's an option that could realistically be considered."