Despite showers and thunderstorms in the forecast for the Portland area today, the Maine Principals’ Association said Friday that the three state outdoor track championships will go on as scheduled.

“A plan is in place,” said Mike Burnham, assistant director of the MPA.

Burnham said Friday that he’s been in touch with the directors of the three meets — Class A at Cony High in Augusta, Class B at Windham and Class C at Foxcroft Academy in Dover-Foxcroft — and the tracks are in shape and maintenance crews are in place in the event of rain.

There were no plans to postpone the meets.

“We’re going to make every effort to get the meets in,” Burnham said.

The National Weather Service in Gray is forecasting storms today in Cumberland, Kennebec and Piscataquis counties.

 

THE FINAL Heal point standings for baseball and softball are out, and the tournament pairings are set.

The final standings were delayed because games were played Friday in Eastern Maine that had an effect on the final standings.

 

IN OTHER weather-related news for today, the SMAA softball championships, originally scheduled for this morning, were rescheduled for Tuesday at Scarborough.

The semifinals are scheduled for 4 p.m. and the championship game at 6:30 p.m. Scarborough will play Kennebunk in one semifinal, and South Portland will take on Cheverus in the other.

A decision on the Telegram League baseball playoffs will be made today. The playoffs will be played as scheduled, depending on the weather.

The final is scheduled for 3 p.m. today at Scarborough.