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    Is It Too Early to Start Talking Friday Night Lights?

    Jun 02, 2014
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    The diplomas are framed, and the graduation party memories are fresh. Baseball season is in full swing, and we’re cooling off by the pool. But now matter the weather or the season, we can’t help keep ourselves from looking forward to high school football and the lights of Friday night. Why? Because Dant Clayton has been fortunate enough to be a part of some incredible high school stadium projects.

    For example, Trinity High School’s Harry Jansing Field at Marshall Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky was completed in 2006 and debuted as one of the country’s premier gridiron locales. This 4,000-seat stadium is home to the Shamrocks, who won state championships in 2006-2008 and again in 2011 and 2012; national champs in 2011, too. As an extra point, in 2012, Trinity was home to Mr. Kentucky Football. Wow. Can you imagine what the Shamrock trophy case looks like? No matter the final record, we’re honored that Dant Clayton bleachers are a part of such a storied high school sports tradition.

    A few hours north, Avon Lake High School near Cleveland, Ohio features a 3,200-seat stadium. But they might want to think about adding extra bleachers. Fans without season or individual tickets need to get on a wait list to see a home game. And it must be working. All those Shoremen fans have cheered their team onto a conference championship every year since the stadium’s debut.

    Is your hometown football high school football program thinking about a stadium upgrade like one of these? Look no further than Dant Clayton. With experience ranging from sold out stadiums to smaller, more intimate fields, we can help you create a Friday night tradition unlike any other. Imagine how it would feel for your your student-athletes as they take a field to a packed press box, thousands of cheering fans in the grandstands and even more in the end zone bleachers? It’s the stuff legends and memories are made of.

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