Tiger Stadium remains closed to the public

HURON — The delayed resurfacing of the running track at Tiger Stadium may push some lower level football games from the turf field to the practice field this fall.

Until the resurfacing is completed, residents are reminded that Tiger Stadium is closed to the public.

According to a release from Huron High School Activities Director Terry Rotert, the installation of the rubber surface and striping of the track will start Sept 20.  Weather permitting, this will be a 10-14 day process to set up and cure.  

“It is my hope everything goes smooth and we are back in the stadium the first week of October,” Rotert said.

The schedule coincides a point on the schedule that has no home varsity football games for three weeks, following the HHS Homecoming matchup with Sturgis.

Lower level football games in all divisions may be played at the HHS practice field.

The Tiger soccer teams wrap up the home portion of their schedule against O’Gorman on Sept. 19.

“With that said,” Rotert said, “we will continue to practice and play all contests at Tiger Stadium until Sept 20. After that date there won’t be any access until we are told the project is complete.”