Texas has recently undergone a mega millions high school stadium boom that aligns closely with what Major League Baseball experienced with the rise of retro stadiums in the 1990s. If Baltimore’s Camden Yards sparked that renaissance, Allen did the same for Texas’ high school stadiums, at an eye-popping price tag of $60 million and opened in 2012.
R.R. Jones Stadium
The “Lady on the Hill” looks a bit like Chicago’s Soldier Field, but with a far more intimate setting. The venue, originally built in 1916 and reconstructed in 1993, boasts a capacity of nearly 7,500. It bears the name of a longtime El Paso High principal.
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