TACOMA, Wash. — Stadium High School needs your help in a contest to be named America’s Best High School Football Stadium.
USA Today is pitting unique high school football stadiums against each other to find the best.
Tacoma’s Stadium Bowl — with its stunning views of Commencement Bay and Puget Sound — has already made it to the final four. The now 15,000-seat stadium first opened in 1910.
Stadium High School was the filming location for much of the movie 10 Things I Hate About You.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Stadium Bowl trailed Mitchell Stadium which straddles the border of Virginia and West Virginia.
Round 3 of voting continues through Oct. 31. On the other side of the bracket, R.R. Jones Stadium in El Paso, Texas is facing Raymond Torii Field in Oahu, Hawaii.
The final round of voting takes place Nov. 1-4 and then a winner will be crowned.