DRIPPING SPRINGS, Texas (KXAN) - On the day of a big high school baseball game, Dripping Springs ISD officials found their baseball field covered in obscenities.
According to the district spokesperson, Dale Whitaker, the obscenities were spray painted some time Monday night into Tuesday morning.
The vandals targeted everything from the inside and outside of the dugouts, press box, and throughout the stadium.
Maintenance crews spent the day covering the obscenities with new paint so the stadium would be ready for tonight's game against Marble Falls. Marble Falls High and Dripping Springs High are both tied for first place in their district.
Hays County Sheriff's Office is investigating but they haven't given any indication on who could have caused the damage.
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