With the work that is taking place on Dryden high school’s athletic fields this fall, some teams have been forced to adjust their routines to some degree.
The boys and girls soccer teams, for instance, have used the school’s practice field sparingly this season, and have been forced to find other areas for the teams to train. Repairs to the drainage system will eventually take place for the home field, however not until the season is over.
Both squads have taken up a nomadic regimen, traveling from one grass field to another, such as Cassavant Elementary School’s soccer field, so that they have a space to work on their craft.
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