GREECE, N.Y. (WROC) — Dylan Rice’s senior soccer season rested on the call made by the Greece Central School District on Tuesday evening.
To him, starting the seasons means everything, he said. “Because the last couple months haven’t been able to play a game, and with this college recruiting process on the line this would be a huge season for them to come out and see me play.”
Rice and his fellow Greece students tailgated the live streamed decision — blankets, beverages, masks and all — waiting on their district to make the call.
“I’m not the only one, all the other athletes around here haven’t played since March. It’s been so long since we got a game in,” Rice said.
Inside the meeting, among the topics of conversation were financials — extra costs associated with restarting estimated to be about $17,000.
As well as how they’d use and divide up the facilities safely. Greece-specific rules include:
- limited access to indoor…