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Home Field Pride

Wisconsin Sports Network (WSN) and Midwest Sport & Turf Systems (MWSTS) announce the return of a partnership that will put a spotlight on some of the incredible high school athletic facilities provided and installed by MWSTS in the state of Wisconsin, and give schools the chance to compete for a $1,000 cash donation to their football program.

A fast-growing Midwest-based company specializing in sports construction and synthetic turf related projects, Midwest Sport & Turf Systems has installed and serviced many of the turf fields that have become increasingly popular at schools around the state. To highlight these communities and their investments in their young people and student-athletes, WSN and MWSTS will select 41 recent MWSTS football fields to be featured as part of the Home Field Pride campaign.

These 41 incredible athletic fields installed by MWSTS will be split into four groups, and each week on WisSports.net, fans can vote on which field design and construction they think is the best. After the four preliminary rounds, the top two vote-getters in each round plus the next two largest vote-getters (regardless of group) will move on to the finals, where the winner will receive a $1,000 cash donation from Midwest Sport & Turf Systems.

Last year's winner of the inaugural Home Field Pride Contest, the Amherst Falcons and Heartland Farms Field, is moved to emeritus status and a new 2022 winner will be crowned.

So follow along beginning Saturday, September 24th and vote for your favorite in each of the weekly preliminary rounds and the finals, which will be conducted from Saturday, October 22nd to Thursday, October 27th. If your school is selected, be sure to share with your school and community, and encourage your supporters to vote once per day per device!

There will be three preliminary rounds, with the voting schedule:

  • Group One - September 24-29
  • Group Two - October 1-6
  • Group Three - October 8-13
  • Group Four - October 15-20
  • Finals - October 22-27

The groups are as follows: