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Boardman Boosters thank Cocca's Pizza for stadium donation

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Boardman Athletic Boosters are thanking Cocca's Pizza for donating to phase three of the Spartan Stadium Project. 

The Boosters have committed $800,000 to the project's final phase. 

"As we see the dirt moving again at the stadium entrance, some major donations are starting to roll in," said Booster President Bruce Flyak.

Steve Cocca, a Spartan graduate, has donated a total of $50,000 to Spartan Stadium. 

"Steve has been a great supporter of the stadium project, and his latest donation will be recognized with signage on the home side of Spartan Stadium," said Flyak. "We couldn't have done this without community support, and while it took three phases and several years, a project of this scope is an amazing testament to the determination and generosity of our entire Boardman community."    

The final phase of the project includes boys and girls locker rooms with a total of 134 lockers, a formal front facade with a donor wall, public restrooms, ticket booths and concessions with an eating area. 

Click here to find out more information about the stadium project. 

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