Committee will hear artificial turf presentations




GREENFIELD – A complete redo of the football field at Greenfield-Central High School – by either artificial or natural means – moved closer to fruition Tuesday.

A committee appointed by the Greenfield-Central School Corporation Board met for the second time to discuss improving the Cougars’ gridiron, which hasn’t undergone renovation in decades, according to retiring G-C athletic director Kevin Horrigan.

The group, which will give a progress report to the school board July 14, is exploring two options: a new artificial turf surface or a natural grass overhaul. The latter would include excavation of the current grass surface, new dirt, laser leveling, crowning and modern drainage and irrigation.

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