A New Turf For Titans

A New Turf For Titans
Posted on 06/11/2019








Turf on a football field should be replaced every 10 years as a matter of student-athlete safety. The turf at Legend High School was 11-years-old and showing its age. Thanks to Douglas County voters approving a $250 million Bond in November 2018, the Titans were able to have it replaced sooner rather than later, and a local donor chipped in to make the new turf unique. Find out how this new turf is going to help students at Legend High School, and find out what makes it truly stand out as a premiere sports field in Douglas County.
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