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Experienced Trojans borrow a home for the entire season (CA)


Petaluma High School’s varsity football Trojans are experienced, quick and dedicated, but that doesn’t mean everything is perfect in the Trojan world.

There is the little matter of them being homeless. The situation is temporary, but it will last all season as the school’s Steve Ellison field is re-topped with a new synthetic turf and the stadium completely refurbished. Also of concern for a team that relies heavily on two-way players is four potentially hot Saturday afternoon games. Also, for the first time ever, a Petaluma team will not play a single game on natural grass.

Those problems aside, Trojan coach Rick Krist said that so far he likes what he has seen as his Trojans prepare to open their season Friday night against Montgomery on the Casa Grande field where all Petaluma “home” games will be played this year.

“This has been one of our better years in terms of getting ourselves prepared to be competitive,” Krist said. “Having a lot of returning players helps a lot.”

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