Facility Friday: K-State South Endzone, Illinois Softball and More

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Kansas State University broke ground on its South Endzone project at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. The $52 million project will include new premium seating areas, an expanded event space and upgraded restroom and concessions facilities, as well as expand the concourse by nearly 4,500 square feet. The project is expected to be complete by the start of the 2021 football season. — KStateSports.com

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Cache (Okla.) High School recently celebrated the completion of its new wrestling practice gym. The $800,000 project was financed with leftover bond money. It includes wall mats and a dojo floor made of plywood and Styrofoam blocks intended to cut down on impacts. The facility will be used for P.E. classes, and be available for general community use. — KSWO.com

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