There is no guarantee on how well Jonesboro-Hodge will look on the field this season but one thing is for sure. Where they will be playing is looking good. No! Make that great! Thanks to the effort of the JHHS coaching staff along with the Jackson Parish School Board, Caldwell-Peacock stadium has received a much needed paint job and improvements in the restrooms, as well as, sporting a fine a playing surface as can be remembered from recent memory.
“We have been working hard over the last several weeks,” said assistant Coach Justin Durbin, who assisted with the painting. “It was worth it though as the field and stadium both look good.”
It is not only the stadium that received a new coat of base gray and royal blue but the “Powerhouse”, which is the adjoining weight room, as well. As good as the stadium looks the field looks even better as a plush, thick carpet is in place for the upcoming season. Much of the credit for the field goes to head coach Terrance Blankenship and assistant Carlos Hicks, who have spent countless afternoon and evening hours watering and cutting grass over the last month.
“I don’t know how well we will play this year,” said Blankenship. “But I do know that our fans are going to get to come to a much better looking and cleaner stadium and see us perform on a great looking field.”
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