Green turf makeover


The first piece of artificial turf was put down at Alumni Field Friday morning around 10 a.m. by workers from the Motz Group. The bright green turf, painted white with yard stripes and numerals, will get Hurricane touch-ups after the entire field is in position. A block W will be cut out for the middle of the field. The end zones will be black turf rather than green, WHS varsity coach Scott Killen said.

The first piece of artificial turf was put down at Alumni Field Friday morning around 10 a.m. by workers from the Motz Group. The bright green turf, painted white with yard stripes and numerals, will get Hurricane touch-ups after the entire field is in position. A block W will be cut out for the middle of the field. The end zones will be black turf rather than green, WHS varsity coach Scott Killen said.


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The first piece of artificial turf was put down at Alumni Field Friday morning around 10 a.m. by workers from the Motz Group. The bright green turf, painted white with yard stripes and numerals, will get Hurricane touch-ups after the entire field is in position. A block W will be cut out for the middle of the field. The end zones will be black turf rather than green, WHS varsity coach Scott Killen said.

The first piece of artificial turf was put down at Alumni Field Friday morning around 10 a.m. by workers from the Motz Group. The bright green turf, painted white with yard stripes and numerals, will get Hurricane touch-ups after the entire field is in position. A block W will be cut out for the middle of the field. The end zones will be black turf rather than green, WHS varsity coach Scott Killen said.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/07/web1_Alumni.Turf1_.jpgThe first piece of artificial turf was put down at Alumni Field Friday morning around 10 a.m. by workers from the Motz Group. The bright green turf, painted white with yard stripes and numerals, will get Hurricane touch-ups after the entire field is in position. A block W will be cut out for the middle of the field. The end zones will be black turf rather than green, WHS varsity coach Scott Killen said. Mark Huber/News Journal