March 9- Senior Soccer Night, Hudson honors senior soccer players between boys and girls games.
March 26 Junior Parent Meeting in the HHS cafe from 7-8 PM
We'll discuss SAT/ACT, meningitis shots, TSI testing, admissions, scholarships, financial aid, and other matters related to Senior year and preparing for post-HHS.
May 3rd-Clinic for Meningitis Shots (required for students attending any college/university)
May 23- Senior Night from 5:30-10pm on soccer fields
Lately, our school has contracted to have turf laid on the baseball, soccer and softball fields. There are many advantages of having turf instead of grass. Turf is easier to take care of. It doesn’t require mowing or the same maintenance that grass requires. This will save us a lot of time and money. When it rains the field won’t be muddy and the sports teams won’t have to wait till the field dries up.
“The turf field for soccer was completed just in time for after-school practices to start in December, which meant we had a chance to prepare and practice for the season on a reliable surface without having to worry as much about the weather conditions or having to move indoors constantly” Varsity Boys Head Coach, Richard Meisel said.”
Soccer teams have already benefited from the turf fields by being able to practice during all the rainy weather this season.
“Having the turf means fewer game cancellations and more practice time on a surface that is level and free from mud/dirt. It has already had an impact, as we were able to hold 4 games in one day on it despite a steady on and off again rain. In the past we would have had to cancel the games” Meisel said.
Baseball and softball season is just getting started, but the coaches have already seen the benefit of turf fields. Both teams have had the opportunity to host games they would not have been able to host with grass fields.
Coach Kimble stated, “I’m excited about having one of the top fields in the state. When the playoffs get here, we won’t have to drive all over the state to find a dry field if it rains.”