Suspects in TAHS Softball Field Damage Identified

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Suspects in TAHS Softball Field Damage Identified

By the tire tracks in the field the damage appears to have been done by a small car

By the tire tracks in the field the damage appears to have been done by a small car

Jordan Good

By the tire tracks in the field the damage appears to have been done by a small car

Jordan Good

Jordan Good

By the tire tracks in the field the damage appears to have been done by a small car

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Two individuals responsible for damage done to the Tyrone High School varsity softball field over the weekend have been identified, according to school district officials.

Because both individuals are minors, the names of those responsible were not released to the Eagle Eye.

District officials indicated that one of the suspects turned themselves in on Tuesday.

Tyrone Area School District Director of Facilities Jordan Good said that the field will be repaired as soon as possible and he expects to have them ready for the start of the season.

“We went over this morning to assess the damage and to see what needed to be done to get the field ready. As soon as the weather breaks it will only take the guys a day or two to repair the field and get some grass planted to have it ready for the softball season,” said TASD Director of Facilities Jordan Good.