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Hudl's most crazy high school facilities. This DFW school made the cut

Allen head coach Terry Gambill holds the UIL state championship trophy up after Eagles beat Austin Lake Travis, 35-33, for the Class 6A Division I title at AT&T Stadium, Dec. 23, 2017.
Allen head coach Terry Gambill holds the UIL state championship trophy up after Eagles beat Austin Lake Travis, 35-33, for the Class 6A Division I title at AT&T Stadium, Dec. 23, 2017. pmoseley@star-telegram.com

Hudl posted a video on Twitter of five the most craziest high school facilities and Allen made the cut.

Allen's Eagle stadium is the largest stadium in high school football. It cost $60 million and holds 18,000 people.

Others included Warner Bros studios (California), West Hills high school (California), New Castle high school (Indiana) and Stadium high school (Washington).

Warner Bros studios- Space Jam themed court.

West Hills- First non-green, two-tone turf field in the nation.

New Castle- Largest high school basketball gym in the world; holds 9,325 people.

Stadium- Built in 1910 and holds 15,000 people.

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