"It is extremely hot," said Amanda Hanstad, who is the mother of one of the players.
The cold water flowed for players trying to stay hydrated in all the heat and humidity.
At the start of the game Friday afternoon, it was 93 degrees out. The turf made it between 10 and 15 degrees hotter. That means for the players on the field it felt more like 108 degrees.
The unseasonably warm weather is harder on the body, according to Milwaukee Public Schools head athletic trainer Lisa Strict, because the students are not acclimated. The schools brought in extra ice and cold towels in case someone overheated.
"We just really make sure we are giving them a lot of water breaks, keep them cool. If we see anyone in danger, having trouble, we remove them," Strict said.