The new bleachers at Mickey Clark Field go up as Coupeville and Sequim compete in a soccer match Tuesday. (Photos by John Fisken)

New grandstand at Mickey Clark Field near completion

Better late than never. Well, hopefully, not too late.

The new bleachers at Mickey Clark Field are tentatively scheduled to be finished Thursday, Oct. 26, according to Coupeville athletic director Willie Smith. If that deadline is met, they would be in place just in time for the final home football game against Chimacum Friday.

Until the bleachers are completed, fans will need to park and enter Mickey Clark Field near the baseball field for all high school and middle school football games and soccer matches.

Photographer John Fisken chronicled some of the construction Tuesday, Oct. 10, as the Coupeville and Sequim soccer teams faced off.

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