Peters Township School District
Year Opened: 1993
ClearEdge Stadium at Peters Township High School, formerly known as Peters Township Stadium, has been home to Peters Township athletics since the 1993-94 school year. Throughout its 25 years of service, the stadium has played host to multiple sectional, district, and state championship teams, including soccer, football, lacrosse, and field hockey. Other events hosted at the stadium have included commencement, the Peters Township Marching Band Festival, Relay for Life, High School Move-Up Day, Rally for America, and youth league athletics. On Friday nights in the fall, football games such as homecoming, senior night, and the always-intense rivalry games against Canon-McMillan, Bethel Park, and Upper St. Clair have brought the stadium to capacity. The stadium boasts a digital scoreboard, all-weather turf and track, multi-room press box, 2 concession stands, a general seating capacity of 5,000, and additional lawn space utilized for track and field throwing contests. The stadium resembles a bowl-like setting, with home and visiting bleachers on opposite sides and seating for home and visiting marching bands on opposite end zones. Though not the largest stadium in the area, the atmosphere found on Friday nights at ClearEdge stadium is second-to-none.