High school baseball fields turn on lights to honor class of 2020

Great Crossing lights up baseball field to honor 2020 seniors

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- Several high school baseball and softball coaches lit up stadium lights Wednesday night to honor players from the class of 2020, who likely won’t get to play a senior season.

Coaching staff and others lit the stadiums for 20 minutes and 20 seconds in the class of 2020’s honor.

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Among those who turned on the lights were Frederick Douglass High School, Tates Creek High School, Scott County High School, Great Crossing High School, and Lexington Catholic.

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