After more than 50 years of playing football early and in the dark, the Alexandria City High School Titans won their first game under lights at the newly renovated Parker-Gray Stadium.
After a years-long renovation project was completed, City and Alexandria City Public Schools leaders cut the ribbon on the stadium, bringing a close to generations of legal challenges that prevented the installation of the lights.
The Titans won the contest against Justice High School 34-7.
The Alexandria City High School Choir has sound checked and is ready to perform for the first home opening Football game. Go titans!#titanschoir #season12 #workethicovertalent @tcwchoir @ACHSTitans @TheCityAD @AchsBand @PrincipalTitan @AlexCityTitans pic.twitter.com/EwbD2aTnKr
— Titans Choir (@tcwchoir) September 17, 2021
…and that’s the way to open a stadium! pic.twitter.com/WaqYTzRQpB
— Justin Wilson (@justindotnet) September 18, 2021
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