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Rayen Stadium

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Rayen Stadium

Owner: Youngstown City Schools
County: Mahoning
Seating Capacity: 6000
Stadium Type: High School
Year Opened: 1924
Resource: History making game
Track: No
Soccer: No
Video Scoreboard: No
Wheelchair Access: Good
Playing Surface: Grass

One of two Youngstown City School stadiums. The other being former South Stadium located behind old South High School. Other schools formerly in the district included Woodrow Wilson, Rayen, East, North, and South. Other school, Chaney, combined athletics with East to form one team for the entire district.

Youngstown State University played here prior to the construction of Stambaugh Stadium on campus.

Rayen Stadium is the site of the first use of a penalty flag in football.

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Last update: 9/4/2016 0

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