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Grass is fast becoming an unwelcome sight on high school football fields — at least in Johnson County.

Last week, ground crews from Clark-Pleasant schools spent much of their time at Whiteland Community High School, cutting and painting the grass at the football stadium in preparation for the team’s home opener against Center Grove High School.

The football team and marching band were unable to use the field in the stadium before the game on Friday. If they had, the ground crews would’ve had to return to the field to repeat their work.

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