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The High School With America's Most Intricate End Zone Design

As pro football stadiums grow larger, fancier and packed full of more and more amenities (like the swimming pool with a view of the field at EverBank Field, home of the Jacksonville Jaguars) the field designs go up a few fanciness levels as well.

But one American high school now holds the record for the most intricate end zone design- San Diego’s very own Helix High School.

The end zone features a Dress Gordon tartan pattern made out of 55 cut files (which is apparently nearly double the norm), and Helix's signature Scotty dog growls loud and proud from center field. The entire transformation took over 180 hours to complete, and must have cost the school a pretty penny!

-Via FieldTurf


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