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Fans at Zemp will know the score and more via new video scoreboard
Scoreboard Web
ONE HALF OF THE new scoreboard at Zemp Stadium waits to be affixed to a set of six steel beams. When completed, the board with video capabilities will measure 14 feet in height and 48 feet in length. - photo by Tom Didato
Just minutes before the playing of the National Anthem before the first game of the Camden Shrine Club Football Jamboree last August, Brian Boan, a technician employed by the Kershaw County School District, was standing atop a ladder trying to mend the broken scoreboard at Zemp Stadium. When the scoreboard was turned on for that evening’s tripleheader, the numbers were going haywire and the game clock was inoperable. Thanks to the last-minute fix, fans, players and coaches knew the score and how much time was remaining in each quarter.