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winning streaks. We will just have a better atmosphere.” The stadium will take up both current practice fields, therefore trees will need to be cleared for another practice area. The stadium will add so much to the environment of Frassati Catholic and allow our community to come together as a whole. “I am excited to have a

“I am excited to have a field where we can play home games,” Coach Calvin LaFiton said. “I think this will help all the spor ts and just having a field is a necessity because it gives the teams that play at school a sense of pride and somewhere they can call home. They want to play there, and they want to win there. We star t new traditions; we star t new

winter, the plan is to install all the lights surrounding the field. A competition track , field event spaces, community area and visitor bleachers will be added in later phases. When it is all completed, there will be about 1,100 seats with 850 for home and 250 for visitors. It ’s going to be big, about 700 feet in length and 500 feet in width.

FALCONS, IT’S TIME TO START GETTING PUMPED UP ABOUT THE STADIUM! We’ve raised about half the funds needed already and groundbreaking was set for May 23. The first phase of the stadium was going to be a full-sized soccer/ football field, home side bleachers, press box and a scoreboard. In the late fall or early

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