PARADISE, Calif. -- Zamora Sod Farm donated $7,000 worth of sod to Paradise High's baseball team.
The sod covered up to 10,000 square feet which is the entire infield.
"It means a lot to us because we've seen what the town went through and we were very willing to open our hands up and give back to them for what they've lost," said Trevor Stewart with Zamora Sod Farm.
"This has been my main goal since I started coaching. It was to get this infield fixed and finally it's coming and it's exciting. Our kids are stoked, I'm stoked," said head baseball coach Bryson Baker. "It's a big deal for our program to have this infield done because we've had so many complaints. We've had calls from other teams to want to move our home games to their field because they didn't want to play on our field, so this is a big deal for us."
The Bobcats will host its first game on March 2.
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