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Cam'Ron Matthews Field

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Cam'Ron Matthews Field

Owner: Alto ISD
County: Cherokee
Capacity: 1770
Stadium Type: High School
Year Opened: 1994
Track: Yes
Soccer: No
Video Scoreboard: No
Wheelchair Access: Excellent
Playing Surface: Grass
Home Teams:
Yellow Jackets

In August of 2016 Jacket Stadium was renamed Cam'Ron Matthews Field. Cam'Ron Matthews passed away last October, 2015 after falling ill during a football game between Alto and Price Carlisle.

Cam'Ron Matthews Field (formerly Jacket Stadium): Home of The Mean Sting replaced Student Field (built in the 1920s) which was locate across town in a residential area. The new facility was completed and ready for use in 1994 next to the high school. Very Wheel Chair friendly stadium.

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Last update: 9/27/2016
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