REPORT: CAL SCHOOL TO CONTINUE HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS

One school that competes in the Cape Atlantic League will reportedly continue to play sports in the spring despite some fees now being charged by its host community.  Sacred Heart High School athletic officials told the Press of Atlantic City that it will push forward with spring sports despite being hit with nearly $7,000 fees from the city of Vineland.  Vineland is now going to charge recreation fees for using the facilities for spring sports like baseball, softball, and tennis.  Sacred Heart Athletic Director Keith Jones told the Press that the school is willing to pay its fair share, but questions what the fair share actually totals.

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