Track athletes run across Roy Anderson Field at Peninsula High School last week. The turf field playing surface at Roy Anderson Field is bumpy, due to the UV of the white turf that has suffered degradation at a faster rate than the green turf, thus causing the white football lines to actually be sunken from the rest of the field.
Track athletes run across Roy Anderson Field at Peninsula High School last week. The turf field playing surface at Roy Anderson Field is bumpy, due to the UV of the white turf that has suffered degradation at a faster rate than the green turf, thus causing the white football lines to actually be sunken from the rest of the field. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Track athletes run across Roy Anderson Field at Peninsula High School last week. The turf field playing surface at Roy Anderson Field is bumpy, due to the UV of the white turf that has suffered degradation at a faster rate than the green turf, thus causing the white football lines to actually be sunken from the rest of the field. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

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