Stadium Project: Notre Dame Prep (Scottsdale, Arizona)

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Notre Dame Prep’s Bemis Field in Scottsdale, Arizona is home to the Saints. The school opened in 2002 and played its first football game in 2004, but didn’t play a home game on campus until 2015.

The stadium is named after Scot Bemis, who led Notre Dame to back-to-back state titles in 2007 and 2008. Bemis died from lung cancer in January 2012. He was the school’s first and only head coach until his passing.

Bemis was 57-32 during his time as the school’s head coach.

Bemis Field at Notre Dame Prep

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Panoramic of Bemis Field

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Bemis Field is named after NDP’s first head coach Scot Bemis

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