PHS baseball diamond gets facelift



The rebuilding of the infield at the Plymouth High School baseball diamond began about two weeks ago. The entire infield, dirt area, pitching mound and home-plate area are being bulldozed and leveled out with new dirt. The project, done by a contractor from the Fox Valley area, is expected to be done before PHS baseball practice begins Monday. The work cost about $14,500, with the PHS baseball booster club (supported by the Plymouth community) paying $12,000 and the school district contributing $2,500. Review photo by Jamie Piontkowski The rebuilding of the infield at the Plymouth High School baseball diamond began about two weeks ago. The entire infield, dirt area, pitching mound and home-plate area are being bulldozed and leveled out with new dirt. The project, done by a contractor from the Fox Valley area, is expected to be done before PHS baseball practice begins Monday. The work cost about $14,500, with the PHS baseball booster club (supported by the Plymouth community) paying $12,000 and the school district contributing $2,500. Review photo by Jamie Piontkowski

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