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Babylon Village junior soccer club not sure where it'll practice and play

Parents of a Babylon Village-based junior soccer club are outraged that the club was forced to find another field to practice on, after the Babylon Union Free School District said it would not consider a permit to use school fields amid COVID-19. Newsday's Chelsea Irizarry has the story. Credit: Newsday / Steve Pfost; Chelsea Irizarry


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