Scoreboard construction begins


Construction of an 18- by 13-feet video scoreboard at Scotland High’s Pate Stadium began this week. Scotland County Athletic Booster Club president Scott Cole said it will be completed in time for the Scots’ next home game Sept. 11 versus Jack Britt. Local businesses and the community pledged more than $250,000 to the project, which will create “unprecedented advertising opportunities for local businesses,” according to Scotland athletic director Richard Bailey.


Logan Martinez | The Laurinburg Exchange

Construction of an 18- by 13-feet video scoreboard at Scotland High’s Pate Stadium began this week. Scotland County Athletic Booster Club president Scott Cole said it will be completed in time for the Scots’ next home game Sept. 11 versus Jack Britt. Local businesses and the community pledged more than $250,000 to the project, which will create “unprecedented advertising opportunities for local businesses,” according to Scotland athletic director Richard Bailey.

Construction of an 18- by 13-feet video scoreboard at Scotland High’s Pate Stadium began this week. Scotland County Athletic Booster Club president Scott Cole said it will be completed in time for the Scots’ next home game Sept. 11 versus Jack Britt. Local businesses and the community pledged more than $250,000 to the project, which will create “unprecedented advertising opportunities for local businesses,” according to Scotland athletic director Richard Bailey.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_IMG_71301.jpgConstruction of an 18- by 13-feet video scoreboard at Scotland High’s Pate Stadium began this week. Scotland County Athletic Booster Club president Scott Cole said it will be completed in time for the Scots’ next home game Sept. 11 versus Jack Britt. Local businesses and the community pledged more than $250,000 to the project, which will create “unprecedented advertising opportunities for local businesses,” according to Scotland athletic director Richard Bailey. Logan Martinez | The Laurinburg Exchange
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