Madison County athletes finally got to take the field on a brand new football/soccer field turf March 3, following a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the occasion.
The Red Raider girls’ soccer team then knocked off Jefferson 1-0 for the first win on the artificial surface, which is the same type of turf used by many college and professional organizations.
Madison County High School athletic director Mike Haynes shows off the big ceremony scissors Friday after cutting the ribbon to commemorate the school’s new artificial turf and LED lighting at the football/soccer field. Madison County’s girls’ soccer team then knocked off Jefferson 1-0 in the first action on the new surface.
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