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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

First Look: Take a Look at Bishop Brossart's $5.2 Million Sports Complex

Bishop Brossart High School is in the midst of building a $5.2 million dollar athletic complex, located on on 27 acres of Gilbert Ridge Road less than a mile from the school in southern Campbell County. 

Construction on the site started in November 2017 with the goal of hosting some events in 2019. 

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The Mustang Athletic Complex (The MAC) will house a football/soccer stadium, a track, lights and a building for lockers, an athletic training room and concessions. 

The school is still looking to fundraise an additional millions dollars for the project. Another phase of the project will include include baseball and softball fields. 

Brossart, which has owned the land since 2008, currently uses neighboring facilities for all outdoor home athletic contests. 

According to Chris Holtz, Director of Development at Brossart, the MAC will provide the local community with greater opportunities in athletics and beyond.

"We are so excited to be able have a place to call home, benefitting our students and our community," he said. "We will use the venue for concerts, receptions, class reunions, retreats, and other social and spiritual gatherings." 

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The said that the complex will also provide greater safety for their students. 

"Currently our students travel distances up to eight miles for practices and home games," he said. 

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