Wisconsin weather affects spring sports

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Wisconsin weather affects spring sports

Jordan Sazama, senior, and John Belton, freshman, clear the courts full of snow after a snow day.

Jordan Sazama, senior, and John Belton, freshman, clear the courts full of snow after a snow day.

Preston Pagel

Jordan Sazama, senior, and John Belton, freshman, clear the courts full of snow after a snow day.

Preston Pagel

Preston Pagel

Jordan Sazama, senior, and John Belton, freshman, clear the courts full of snow after a snow day.


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As a snow storm can happen anytime soon in the middle of spring in Wisconsin, it affects schools, roads, and a snow day for all. Although a snow day can be a break for students and teachers, for spring athletes and coaches, it can affect their training schedules and games. In April, up to 18 inches of snow flurried into the midwest, and softball and baseball games were cancelled, rescheduled, and repeated.

From April, here are the photos to revisit the snow storm that affects spring sports from D.C. Everest Softball team and D.C. Everest Boys Tennis Team.

Gladly, it is May, and Spring seems to be in effect!

 

To clear the courts, D.C. Everest Boys Tennis Team shovels snow off to set up to play the next day.

 

D.C. Everest Girls Softball Team shovels snow off the field.

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Wisconsin weather affects spring sports