Construction of Bucks County High School’s Baseball, Softball Fields Complete

Image via Neshaminy School District.
The two fields were recently completed, with more sports areas to be complete in the near future.

A high school in Bucks County has announced the finishing of two of their sports areas, with two others on their way to being complete.

Neshaminy High School, located at 2001 Old Lincoln Highway in Langhorne, recently had two sports areas complete after months of building and construction.

The school’s baseball and softball teams will now have fields to practice and play games at.

“Neshaminy HS fields project update: The baseball and softball fields are complete and hosting games!” the Neshaminy School District said online.

The school’s stadium, multi-purpose field and tennis courts are in currently in progress to be finished in the near future.

“Neshamimy is an Indian name, a reminder of the Lenape Indians who lived along the Neshaminy Creek, which runs through the center of the District. The area grew rapidly in the 1950’s as one of the nation’s first modern planned suburbs, Levittown, was constructed at the southeastern portion of the District, replacing the farmland there.”

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