The Oklahoman

NewsOK: Oklahoma City News, Sports, Weather & Entertainment

This article is currently available exclusively for The Oklahoman and NewsOK Pro subscribers.

Chief sees hope in new soccer fields

Advertisement
Standing before the new soccer fields at Lightning Creek Park, Parks Director Doug Kupper praised a partnership with the McLaughlin Family Foundation and others that led to the restoration of fields that previously were little more than hard-packed dirt. [Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman]

Standing before the new soccer fields at Lightning Creek Park, Parks Director Doug Kupper praised a partnership with the McLaughlin Family Foundation and others that led to the restoration of fields that previously were little more than hard-packed dirt. [Photo by Nate Billings, The Oklahoman]

In a season of homecomings, Wednesday was one more for Justin Chavez. The Oklahoma City Energy FC midfielder was on hand for the dedication of the new soccer complex at Lightning Creek Park, just south of Interstate 240 off S Western Avenue. The expanse of green grass and white goals is the result of a partnership among Cimarron...
When you subscribe for $0.99, you get full digital access to: 1) Unlock ALL exclusive articles from The Oklahoman. 2) Customize all 15 topics with NewsOK Pro. 3) An ad-FREE reading experience on NewsOK. 4) The Oklahoman for iOS and Android apps, Print Replica, Archives and Oklahoman.com. Learn more.
Unlock ALL exclusive articles.
newsokpro
$4.99
Get full-digital access.*
The Oklahoman
$0.99
Already a subscriber? Activate or log in with your Oklahoman or NewsOK Pro account.

* Take advantage of this special introductory rate at $0.99 and get full digital access to The Oklahoman and NewsOK Pro. Renewal price after 1 month is $9.99. Learn more.