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On the first floor, there is a weight room, football locker rooms and public restrooms. The second floor includes a health and fitness center and a state-of-the-art sports medicine and rehabilitation room. The third floor includes athletic department offices, conference rooms and a room for a future Jenks Hall of Fame. •Tulsa Union Baseball/Softball Complex This facility hasn't been completed. Construction is set to begin in October. The total cost will be around $5 million. Union baseball and softball teams will utilize the facility. The amenities will include an indoor practice area for baseball and softball, coaches offices, meeting rooms, nine retractable batting cages, locker rooms, storage rooms and weight rooms. •Broken Arrow Indoor Practice Facility This 20,000 square foot facility was built in 2004. The total cost of it was $1.4 million. Several sports utilize the facility including baseball, softball and cheerleading. The amenities include: a turf-covered baseball practice field, six retractable batting cages, boys and girls locker rooms with 52 custom-made wood-grain lockers, coaches locker rooms and strength/conditioning weight-lifting equipment. •Owasso Multi-purpose Athletic Facility This facility was built in 2003. It is 30,625 square feet. It is utilized by several different sports. The amenities include a baseball practice field, a full track, several drop-down 70-foot batting cages and an area for pole vaulting. •Edmond Santa Fe Baseball Complex This complex was built in 1993. Baseball and softball teams use the complex primarily for pitching and hitting practice. •Enid High School Baseball Facility This 10,500 square foot facility was originally a warehouse, but renovations began in 2002 to change it into a facility that could be utilized by the baseball team.
A look at some of the high school indoor practice facilities in the state
•Jenks Robert L. Sharp Health and Fitness CenterThis facility was built in 2006. It cost $5 million and is 36,000 square feet. It is used by all student-athletes. The facility has three different floors.
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