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Memorial Stadium is a 12,000-capacity county-owned stadium located in Waycross, Georgia, the largest city in and county seat of Ware County in the southern part of the state. Noted for its J-shaped main stand, Memorial Stadium was originally intended as a multi-use venue that would be home to both baseball and football in Ware County. During the 1950s and 1960s the stadium played host to a duo of Georgia–Florida League teams, the Bears and the Braves in addition to hosting high school football in the autumn.

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  • Memorial Stadium is a 12,000-capacity county-owned stadium located in Waycross, Georgia, the largest city in and county seat of Ware County in the southern part of the state. Noted for its J-shaped main stand, Memorial Stadium was originally intended as a multi-use venue that would be home to both baseball and football in Ware County. During the 1950s and 1960s the stadium played host to a duo of Georgia–Florida League teams, the Bears and the Braves in addition to hosting high school football in the autumn.
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  • Memorial Stadium is a 12,000-capacity county-owned stadium located in Waycross, Georgia, the largest city in and county seat of Ware County in the southern part of the state. Noted for its J-shaped main stand, Memorial Stadium was originally intended as a multi-use venue that would be home to both baseball and football in Ware County. During the 1950s and 1960s the stadium played host to a duo of Georgia–Florida League teams, the Bears and the Braves in addition to hosting high school football in the autumn. In 2002 the stadium was renovated and became a venue exclusively for sports played on rectangular fields (chiefly football, though soccer is also played at the venue occasionally) with the addition of a new stand running along the northern sideline.
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