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South’s field is getting there

Written August 26th, 2014 by Hasso Hering

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In case you’re keeping track of the installation of artificial turf on the football field of South Albany High School — and who isn’t? — here’s what it looked like on Monday.

100_1443The sponsors’ logo, including this one for Coastal Farm and Ranch Supply, seem to be just about finished. The rest still looks a little sandy. But there’s a good chance the field will be ready well before South’s first game there on Sept. 12.

This is close to a million-dollar project, and a sign on the corner facing Waverly Drive says donations are still welcome. If interested, contact the school for the details. (hh)

One response to “South’s field is getting there”

  1. Bill Kapaun says:

    That should certainly help the football team.
    Not nearly as much as not having to play West Albany though.


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