Corning Memorial Stadium

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Coordinates: 42°08′46″N 77°02′47″W / 42.146239°N 77.04639°W / 42.146239; -77.04639 Corning Memorial Stadium is a stadium in Corning, New York. Dedicated on September 12, 1948 (Dimitroff 1991), it was primarily used for baseball until 1969 [1] and was home to the Corning Independents (Dimitroff 1991). It holds 3,000 people. It is currently leased by the Corning-Painted Post Area School District [2] and is frequently used for high school football, lacrosse, and soccer games.



Dimitroff, Thomas P.; Lois S. Janes (1991). History of the Corning Painted Post Area: 200 Years In Painted Post Country. Corning, N.Y.: Bookmarks. ISBN 0-912939-00-1.