Pringles Prep for Football Begins

By 7 Eyewitness News Staff

JACKSON, Tenn.-Ground crews are busy at Jackson's professional baseball park getting ready for some football.

Wednesday, crews at Pringles Park were mowing grass and putting out flags preparing to paint lines for Friday night's West Tennessee High School Football Jamboree.

The flags are being used to mark off the 10 yard end zones on an 80 yard playing field. Teams will compete and play diagonally across the outfield, which will cover the second base area in the arc of the infield.

10 teams from the Jackson area will play in Friday night's West Tennessee Healthcare Jamboree beginning at 7 p.m.

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