Sad to report the news, but all DFW area fields are CLOSED for this weekend, 10/20-21, once again.
What next? Besides no games playing on the fields, after record setting rainfall most of the fields will require maintenance, grass cutting and repainting, before they will be ready for play. That means the fields need to be dry enough to get equipment on them without causing ruts from the weight causing hazards to kids. The repainting will need to be measured, squared and redone from scratch on most fields, particularly after being mowed.
We have been working all week with other associations, clubs and leagues, all in an attempt to have a good and fun finish to the season for our teams but understand this act of God will require everyone's help and understanding. The season has been extended to 11-15-2018, which leaves us 3 weekends. Rumor has it other sports are cancelling the season. We are doing everything possible to try to get a minimum number of games in for the season.
Watch your schedules for the rescheduled games daily and recall that the sun sets too late now for weeknight Lake Dallas games, that's U6-U8. The new schedules may include doubleheaders and Sunday afternoon play. The same can be expected at Corinth PLUS nearly every weeknight.
The U5 program has been fortunate to have played more than most and even played on the 13th. That program will continue at 9:00 a.m. Saturday mornings.
Practices. If you can find space on open fields not reserved, you may hold practices. There are pocket parks here and there. Understand that at Corinth, because games will likely be scheduled, fields for practice with lights will be limited. Weeknights are open at Lake Dallas, but recall the U5 - U8 have priority if older teams go there. Outside of U5, all teams get half of a field ONLY. The compression of the season into these weeks will mean games will be your practice/development.
Have a good weekend and see you on the pitch!
Lake Cities Soccer Association
2nd Vice President, Director of Coaches
Director of Player Development, LC United Director
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