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Samuel William Davis Sr Multipurpose Field

Named in honor of local sports legend and coach Samuel William Davis Sr., this multipurpose field was once the football field for the Ridgeview High School Panthers. Davis coached the 1964 Ridgeview Panthers football team to a "perfect season" where the team went undefeated to win the state championship without allowing a single point to be scored upon them. The cumulative score at the end of the season was 446-0. This impressive record earned the team the nickname of "The Untouchables." An arched brick entryway, flanked by two colorful murals, commemorates Ridgeview High School and The Untouchables. Today, this historic field hosts a variety of athletic and entertainment events for the community.