As the hours count down to the Camas High School football season opening kick off, a new scoreboard at Doc Harris Stadium has risen.
“It will be terrific to have it. I think it will be a great addition to the stadium,” said Helen Charneski, project manager of capital programs for the Camas School District.
The 32-foot long scoreboard stands 31 feet, 6 inches tall. The $151,000 project was funded by the Capital Projects Bond passed by voters in 2007.
The new scoreboard is the final piece to the Doc Harris Stadium renovation project that began in 2009. Football fans can see it in action for the first time when the Papermakers play Jesuit Friday, at 7:30 p.m.
Read more in the Tuesday, Sept. 10, print edition of the Post-Record.