Madison?s forecast is not what Chris Delehanty has been hoping for. He?s ready to not hear the words ?chance of showers.?
?We haven't been able to get outside at all yet. We've had games canceled, a tournament cancelled,? Delehanty said.
Delehanty ,and his Regent U14 boys team have been stuck indoors. Luckily, they scored a field at Break Away Sports in Fitchburg. Other teams have had to use gym floors or tennis courts for practice, but Delehanty understood why they can?t be on the real fields.
?Even just changing direction on a field, you bring up so much of the mud and dirt that can really ruin a field for months, or even a year,? Delehanty said.
While coaches have to shell out $70 to $110 an hour for field time at Break Away Sports, manager Greg Kinsey is welcoming the abnormally late surge in business.