Chapel Hill: Sports

May 31, 2014 12:00 AM

Wildcat boosters reach target for track, stadium repairs at East Chapel Hill

Workers were expected this week to begin the physical process of correcting the length of the divot-scarred track at East Chapel Hill and preparing it for a new surface. In addition to cracks and peeling paint on the oval, even the fact that the track consists of hard asphalt has been problematic for some runners.

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