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Seymour High School Soccer Field Could Feature Artificial Turf
Updated January 26, 2015 9:12 AM
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(SEYMOUR) - It may not be set in stone, but Seymour High School's new soccer field likely will feature artificial turf.

The Seymour Tribune reports that school board members spent nearly two hours Tuesday discussing a $2.2 million project to transform a field west of the school into a soccer complex. Currently, the school uses C.B. Hess Memorial Soccer Field at Freeman Field Park for boys and girls games.

The move would make Seymour one, if not the only, high school in the state to have an artificial playing surface dedicated to soccer, said architect James Lake with Kovert Hawkins.



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