JERSEY CITY, NJ—High school football practices officially began late last week, but for seven schools located in Jersey City, the season has begun without a place to call home for practices and eventually to play.

That’s because Caven Point’s Cochrane Stadium, the home field for Jersey City’s high school football teams, has yet to receive the necessary improvements since it was determined that the location had a higher level of lead contamination than is allowed by law.

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