Construction crews work on the infield of the baseball stadium at the North Main Athletic Complex in Holly Springs on March 18. The $19 million complex will have an 1,800-seat baseball stadium for the Holly Springs Salamanders baseball team, 12 tennis courts and multi-sport turf fields.
Construction crews work on the infield of the baseball stadium at the North Main Athletic Complex in Holly Springs on March 18. The $19 million complex will have an 1,800-seat baseball stadium for the Holly Springs Salamanders baseball team, 12 tennis courts and multi-sport turf fields. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com
Construction crews work on the infield of the baseball stadium at the North Main Athletic Complex in Holly Springs on March 18. The $19 million complex will have an 1,800-seat baseball stadium for the Holly Springs Salamanders baseball team, 12 tennis courts and multi-sport turf fields. Paul A. Specht aspecht@newsobserver.com

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