Matt Gade, Deseret News
Rowland Hall varsity athletes play on their own soccer field for the first time in the school's 147 year history Monday, March 24. Up until now, the school had been leasing the soccer field at Sunnyside Park for its home games. To celebrate the new field, the school had some festivities and refreshments available before the game. Then the Winged Lions boys soccer team played against South Summit.
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