McQuaid rededicates stadium complex - Catholic Courier

McQuaid rededicates stadium complex

McQuaid Jesuit rededicated Seymour Field, Farash Field and Bradley Track in its Stadium Complex prior to the 7:30 p.m. kickoff of the varsity football game Sept. 10 against Franklin High School. This summer, crews installed artificial turf, new sod and a new track surface on the athletic facilities.

Seymour Track is named for former Knights football coach Tom Seymour, who died July 26 in Ogdensburg. Jesuit Father James Coughlin, president of McQuaid Jesuit, celebrated a memorial Mass honoring Seymour Sept. 11 in the McQuaid Jesuit Chapel.

The track is named for Bob Bradley, the longtime cross-country coach at McQuaid who founded the McQuaid Invitational. Farash Field, named for the late Max and Marian Farash, honors a donation of land from the Farash family to the school in the 1990s.

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