SPARTANBURG, SC—For the past few years, there has been a brown patch of grass on the middle of the football practice field at Spartanburg High School where a lot of action takes place.

That won’t be the case next year. The ground will be as green as a rain forest.

Spartanburg High announced Friday that it has received a $200,000 grant from the NFL’s Grassroots Program that will help put artificial turf on the field. The Carolina Panthers were the school’s sponsor in the program.

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“I can’t wait. It’s like having a Christmas present that you can’t open yet,” Athletic Director Myles Wilson said.

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