Lisle softball, baseball teams battle flooding on the field, at home
Road games could be the norm as Lions move forward with seasons
LISLE — Pete Meyer was looking at a familiar sight, but it looked nothing like what he’s used to.
Lisle’s baseball coach was viewing a video on WGN’s website that showed his team’s baseball field, but instead of chalk-white foul lines, outfield grass and infield dirt, there was standing water.
“You couldn’t even see the outfield fence,” said Meyer. “It was under seven feet of water.”
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