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Check out the design for the new Midlothian ISD athletic complex

Midlothian sinks Lancaster at the buzzer

Senior Caleb Jordan hit the game-winning 3-pointer as time expired as Midlothian beat Lancaster 48-45 in the 5A Region II final at Curtis Culwell Center, Saturday March 3, 2018. Video credit Travis Smith and The Midlothian Mirror
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Senior Caleb Jordan hit the game-winning 3-pointer as time expired as Midlothian beat Lancaster 48-45 in the 5A Region II final at Curtis Culwell Center, Saturday March 3, 2018. Video credit Travis Smith and The Midlothian Mirror

The Midlothian school board announced on Tuesday the approval of the schematic design for Midlothian High School's new Roesler Athletic Complex.

The Midlothian Mirror's Tiffany Ditto published a story in January about the trustees moving forward with the complex.

Roesler Athletic Complex will feature a new Midlothian High School baseball and softball field, and new tennis courts, which will be located on the site of Don Floyd Stadium.

It will feature turf fields, eight tennis courts and a field-house.

A description of Roesler Athletic Complex posted on Pogueconstruction.com reads: "A new 38,000 SF Athletic Complex with locker rooms for track & field, football, golf, and soccer; as well as, a new 7,400 SF weight room and 1,340 SF Training facility. In addition, a new 2,600 SF concessions and restroom facility will be added to the existing track and field and two new full size football practice fields will be constructed allowing for teams to practice on artificial turf and natural grass"

Completion of construction is projected for January 2019.

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