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Peotone Prepare Football Field

Peotone Prepare Football Field

ON MAY 31, it was a busy day at the Peotone football field as many Blue Devil and Blue Demon supporters worked on a tiling project. Later, members of the work team gathered at the field including Mike Anderson, Peotone Blue Demon Youth Football, Jason Massat from Peotone Youth Football and Speiss Construction, Peotone High School Head Football Coach Jason Spang, and Peotone High School Athletic Director Scott Maupin.

ON MAY 31, it was a busy day at the Peotone football field as many Blue Devil and Blue Demon supporters worked on a tiling project. Later, members of the work team gathered at the field including Mike Anderson, Peotone Blue Demon Youth Football, Jason Massat from Peotone Youth Football and Speiss Construction, Peotone High School Head Football Coach Jason Spang, and Peotone High School Athletic Director Scott Maupin.

On Saturday, May 31, the football field at Peotone Junior High School underwent a major field tiling project with the help and assistance of two generous groups and several wonderful individuals.

Over 1,000 feet of tile was trenched and laid in stone on the field to alleviate standing water.

Speiss Construction provided the trencher and backhoe excavator led by Jason Massat, Matt Quigley, Andy Quigley and Teddy Wojtas. Mike Anderson from the Peotone Blue Demon Youth Football Organization, Sean Galbreath from Jacot Electric, and Gary Love of the Peotone School District provided their manpower efforts. With the help of the Peotone football coaches and the Peotone High School football team and the financial support of the Peotone Blue Demon Youth Football Program, the project went very smoothly and will certainly be noticed this upcoming fall.

A special thanks to Jason Massat who led this project from start to finish. He did a terrific job. Massat is a Peotone High alum graduating in 1993.

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