About the Reed-Custer Community Fieldhouse


The Reed-Custer Community Fieldhouse is one of the finest facilities in the entire Midwest for a school of comparable enrollment.  The 55,000 sq. ft. building, which opened September 14, 1992 houses a six lane, 174 meter track composed of all-purpose rubber flooring.  The facility is capable of holding seven sporting events at one time and utilizes four fully operational, electronic scoreboards.  Inside the running track are three regulation high school basketball courts, within which are located three regulation volleyball courts, three tennis courts, or nine badminton courts.  When needed, dividing curtains surround the inside of the track and partition each of the three basketball courts.

For baseball practice the facility offers the use of two full size batting tunnels, which are suspended from the 35 foot ceiling and are lowered into  place electronically.  There is also enough space for two regulation infields and 6 indoor pitching mounds.  Other adjacent facilities include the popular fitness center which houses multi-station weight machines, treadmills, ellipticals, and stationary bicycles; a fully equipped free weight room; a wrestling room; restrooms/dressing rooms; and offices.


While this building has been an outstanding addition to the school facilities for over 20 years, the key word in its name is "Community."  It is available for hosting events like tournaments for local sports organizations, fairs for community organizations, or other community activities requiring a large indoor space.