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CSDR to get completely renovated football field thanks to Governor Gavin Newsom

After a historic season for The California School for the Deaf – Riverside soccer team, the program will benefit from well-deserved renovations to its soccer field.

The Cubs (12-1) outplayed their opponents last season, edging their way to an appearance in a CIF South Division championship game for the first time in the school’s 68-year history. State officials have taken notice and intend to improve the playing experience for future Cubs.

The upcoming renovations are one of many items included in Governor Gavin Newsom’s huge spending spree as part of his Budget plan 2022.

Newsom is proposing a complete renovation of the CSDR football field, which includes improvements to the stands and the lighting system, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The project, which was requested by the Department of Education, is expected to cost the state $43.1 million, according to the LA Times.

Newsom’s renovations announcement caps a remarkable sports year for the Cubs.

The school’s women’s basketball team made a splash during the playoffs, reaching the quarter-finals of the CIF-SS Division 4A.

The project is expected to be completed in 2026, according to the LA Times.

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