John Hardin's field

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    John Hardin's field

    Anybody can help us about some info about JH's field, location, seating, parking, or anything? Any nice players to watch? Thanks. Cannot give a score I know nothing about them, but I've seen Male.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama Larry
    Anybody can help us about some info about JH's field, location, seating, parking, or anything? Any nice players to watch? Thanks. Cannot give a score I know nothing about them, but I've seen Male.
    The field is located behind the school, 384 W.A. Jenkins Road
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701 off 31W. holds around 3,000 plenty of parking, nice facilty.

    Allen Dean RB ave about 125 yards a game
    D.J. Marcum LB leads one of the best defenses in the state
    Jerren Morning QB can beat you with his arm and legs

    Coached by Mark Brown won the 4A title while at Nelson County in the late 90's

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    Most of the seating at the stadium is on the home side. They provide very little seating on the vistors. there is the ability to watch from up on the road which a lot of people do.

    This will be a hostile place on Friday night. The dawg pound is not a friendly place to play.

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    One of the nicer stadiums in the state. I really like the atmosphere there.

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    Thanks for the info, should we bring chairs and place them on the visitors side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama Larry
    Thanks for the info, should we bring chairs and place them on the visitors side?

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but their isnt a visitors side.

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    I believe it kinda resembles the staduim of the georgetown tigers. Does anyone see the resemblance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. No Name
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but their isnt a visitors side.
    correct no visitor side, there has been some bleachers put over on there side and some in the endzone. Will hold about 300-500.

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    Exactly. It's almost spitting image of Georgetown's stadium, the home side, at least. It has a real nice walkway above the bleachers, concessions, all that stuff. If you have seen Georgetowns, then, you've seen John Hardins. The field is in real good shape too. It's a first class facility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buffalo Gap
    Mr. No Name

    Exactly. It's almost spitting image of Georgetown's stadium, the home side, at least. It has a real nice walkway above the bleachers, concessions, all that stuff. If you have seen Georgetowns, then, you've seen John Hardins. The field is in real good shape too. It's a first class facility.


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    Why would you build a new stadium and not provide seating for visiting fans?

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    There is seating for visitors. The home side seats just about everybody in attendance, and with seating is in the endzone, it will all be fine. Just because their isnt any seating on the "visitors" side, doesnt mean that their isnt any seating for the visitors. Look at Western Kentucky Univ. LT Smith Stadium. It holds 16,000, seating on the "home" side only., doesnt mean the visiting team doesnt have any place to sit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Tell
    Why would you build a new stadium and not provide seating for visiting fans?
    It was all about MONEY

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    Sounds like a nice place, hope I don't sit too close to a Bulldog fan I yell a lot. Not BullDawg. (Male)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alabama Larry
    Sounds like a nice place, hope I don't sit too close to a Bulldog fan I yell a lot. Not BullDawg. (Male)
    It will be rowdy on friday

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