Paul Brown Tiger Stadium
Massillon Washington High School considers itself the ancestral home of high school football. The original home of legendary football coach Paul Brown, the Tigers feature a live tiger mascot in a cage for their home games, and have a genuinely spooky illuminated visage of Brown looking over the field at all times.
Opened in 1936, this venue sits in a park which straddles the state border. Mitchell Stadium was named for the city manager of Bluefield, West Virginia, who oversaw funding and construction of the venue. Mitchell serves as the home to both Bluefield High in West Virginia and Graham High directly across the border in Virginia.
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