Tokay football players converge on coach Michael Holst before the start of the first day of practice on Monday, July 23, 2018 at Tokay High. (David Witte/News-Sentinel) A new era began Monday for the Tokay and Liberty Ranch football programs. The Tigers and Hawks held practices at their respective, brand new on-campus stadiums for the first time ever. Tokay and Liberty Ranch, along with Lodi and Galt, were just four of more than 150 high schools in the Sac-Joaquin Section tha
The current bleachers that back up to Ham Lane on the west side of the stadium complex. (John Bays/News-Sentinel) Following questions from the Lodi Unified School District Board of Education, the board voted 7-0 to add the replacement of Tokay High School’s bleachers to ongoing track and field renovations during Tuesday night’s board meeting at the James Areida Educational Support Center in Lodi. Despite agreeing that replacing the 40-year-old bleachers was important, school
Lodi Unified School District is looking for public input on its stadium plan for Tokay High — both for and against. The school will host a public participation meeting from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Monday in the school’s library looking for input on the environmental impact report on its football stadium renovation. “I hope people come, if there’s pros and cons. I think it’s good for people to come and voice their side,” Tokay athletic director and football coach Michael Holst said.