Thanks to the Sprayberry Football program and the Sprayberry Touchdown Club, the Jr Jackets are fortunate to enjoy a fine array of high quality meeting, training, practice, and game facilities. The relatively new John Paty Football Fieldhouse, adjacent to both Sprayberry High School (SHS) and Jim Frazier Stadium provides space for Jr Jackets team meetings and film review. In addition, Jr Jacket players have access to the Strength & Conditioning Center housed in SHS itself.
The centerpiece of the program's facilities is Jim Frazier Stadium. The stadium complex features a secure Box Office, a Hospitality Suite, a Fan Fun Zone, a two-counter Concession kitchen, a Visitors' Concession Stand, practice fields, ample parking, handicapped access, male and female Main Restrooms, a Visitors' Locker Room (with restrooms), a Referee Room (with restroom), a 3-year-old Junior Jackets' Fieldhouse (for equipment storage), and a newly renovated Press Box. The synthetic turf installed during early 2011 is the most important recent upgrade.
Even when the Jr Jackets are not competing at home in Jim Frazier Stadium, they play at some of the finest athletic facilities in the state. As of Fall 2011, all 16 of Cobb County School District's high schools will have artificial turf fields, and the Jr Jackets will regularly play on many of these. Several GMSAA members' stadiums are presented below.
Cobb County School District
CAMPBELL'S STADIUM as of 2010 (click image to enlarge)
KENNESAW MOUNTAIN'S STADIUM as of 2010 (click image to enlarge)
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