Baker High Buffaloes return to their home field Friday
BAKER – The Baker High School Buffaloes is set to play on its home field for the first time since August’s historic flooding Friday.
Kickoff against Glen Oaks High School is set for 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30.
School officials say the campus sustained heavy damage in the catastrophic flooding. The flood water damaged the field, locker room and scoreboard.
“This will be a great experience for our students, faculty and fans who will get some sense of normalcy by attending a football game at their home field,” Principal Traci Morgan said. “And, I think it’s an added bonus for the students and parents because its homecoming.”
Baker High School classes were relocated to Baker Middle School. School officials say students will remain there through at least January.
The Buffaloes played their first home game at its opponent’s field earlier this month.
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