(May 20, 2021) As Nantucket High School unveils plans to renovate its aging sports complex to the tune of around $ 10.5 million, athletic director Chris Maury is well aware of the pitfalls facing Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School, which is going through a very similar process.
“They’re a bit ahead of us, with where they’re at in the process,” Maury said. “So we think of them as a guinea pig that we can work on. “
Nantucket is planning a slew of upgrades centered around two multi-sport synthetic turf pitches, which would replace the natural turf pitches that are fading under ever-increasing participation in school sports. The fields are expected to be ready by the 2023 season, if they are passed at next year’s municipal assembly.
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