New nets for Dorset

Published on March 17, 2016

When approached about the possibility of making two 8x5-feet indoor soccer nets for Dorset Collegiate, Pete Winsor, left, agreed not only to make the nets, but also to donate them to the school. George Winsor, also of Triton, donated his time to put the webbing (with six rolls of line, from scratch) into the soccer nets. The indoor soccer nets are welcomed pieces of equipment for Dorset Collegiate’s physical education, intramural and after-school programs.

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When approached about the possibility of making two 8x5-feet indoor soccer nets for Dorset Collegiate, Pete Winsor, left, agreed not only to make the nets, but also to donate them to the school.

George Winsor, also of Triton, donated his time to put the webbing (with six rolls of line, from scratch) into the soccer nets. The indoor soccer nets are welcomed pieces of equipment for Dorset Collegiate’s physical education, intramural and after-school programs.