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Football: High school facilities keep getting bigger and bigger

August 9, 2012 |  6:49 am

High schools keep trying to emulate college athletics, and they're coming close with their new facilities.

Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas has opened its 41,324-square-foot Fertitta Athletic Training Center. Take a look here.

According to the Las Vegas Sun, it's got a huge weight lifting area, a four-lane, 60-yard track, a classroom, athletic training room and lots of other things.

Then there's the new $60 million high school stadium in Allen, Texas.

Bigger is apparently better for some high schools.

-- Eric Sondheimer