Construction causing changes for fans at Mickey Clark Field

Ongoing construction near Coupeville High School’s Mickey Clark Field will cause some changes for fans from past game-day experiences.

For the home soccer match Thursday, Sept. 6, spectators cannot park in the elementary school lot earlier than 4 p.m. To park before 4, use the baseball/softball field parking lot. From there, spectators can enter Mickey Clark Field from the back gate behind the baseball backstop.

For the home football game Friday, Sept. 7, parking and entrance from the elementary lot will be available after 4 p.m. Again, spectators can park in the softball/baseball lot, and a ticket booth will be open at the back gate.

Patrons will have access to the two bathrooms at the end of the old multipurpose room as well has portable restrooms on the visitors’ side.

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