For the very first time in more than 100 years, students at Tulsa Central High School will have a real home-field benefit.

The building and construction of their brand-new football stadium is happening now.

Pass receiver Ty’ionn Cox stated next season he wishes to have 3 touchdowns a game on Central High Schools brand brand-new multimillion-dollar football stadium.

” When I initially heard the news, it was music to my ears,” Cox stated.

For the previous 114 years, the Tulsa Central Braves have been playing their home games on the roadway, at either Booker T Washington or Webster High.

Central head coach Kip Shaw, who has actually coached at division one schools like Marshall and Mizzou, knows a thing or 2 about what a genuine home-field advantage provides for his players and the fans.

” Sort of provides the community something they can rally around,” Shaw said. “The kids have something they can be happy with, and it will help school spirit.”

The bleachers are being constructed right outside the fieldhouse where players say they hope by September, they get their own variation of Friday night lights.

” When you come and when you see my boys when they remain in school or on this football field, you can see the transformation and growth that these kids are having,” Shaw stated.

The $3 million project is being spent for through bond money.

Cox said after winning their very first playoff video game in 23 years, he is ready to do it once again on Central’s turf.

” I simply desire to get ready for the next season,” Cox stated. “Offseason working. Teammates working. Simply trying to have an excellent season.”

The stadium is arranged to be finished by Central’s first home game in the fall.