The Lebanon Blue Devils Football team is ready to play their first home game at their brand new football stadium Friday night.
"It is amazing, it is nice. I love it," said senior player Taylor Jones told Nashville's News 2 as he showed off the new spacious locker room.
The new locker room, which is significantly larger than the previous one, is equipped with six rows of wooden lockers equipped with combination locks and the team logo across the floor.
"We try not to walk on the ‘L,' that is like our pride symbol right there," Jones explained.
Senior player Ethan Copas told Nashville's News 2 he remembers the first time he walked into their new weight room.
"First time I walked in here and it was all put together, it was just amazing. It was crazy," he said.
The state-of-the-art weight room features 10 workout racks for bench pressing and squats.
While the team enjoys the major improvements in the weight and locker rooms, out on the field fans will enjoy seeing game highlights on one of the only high school jumbo tron video screens in Middle Tennessee.
"Coach Crane wanted to really set this place apart from everybody else and really just make Lebanon High School a place that people really remember," said Assistant Principal and Athletic Director Darian Brown.
Friday night's game ball will arrive at Clifton Tribble Field after being passed from person to person in a relay run starting at the old Blue Devil stadium.
Lebanon High School faces Franklin County at 7 p.m.