After Fire...Loggers Should Be Ready To Go

Fire investigators, last August, ruled that a fire that caused extensive damage to a baseball field was an act of arson. 8 months to reconstruct portions of Copeland Park are beginning.

The third base dugout was heavily damaged, along with a large part of the grandstand along the third base line. Lacrosse Loggers GM, Chris Goodell, says work has started to replace burned out portions of grandstands and a new concrete dugout is being built to the replace the wooden one.


Investigators believe the fire was started in a corner of the dugout where paper, plastic, and a towel were started on fire. No one was ever caught for starting the fire. Goodell says all of the construction should be done by the Loggers home opener, June 4th

The fire caused $75 thousand in damages.

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