District 60 Athletic Venues

  • Dutch Clark Stadium

    Dutch Clark mural at Dutch Clark Stadium

    Named for Pueblo native and charter NFL Hall-of-Famer, Earl "Dutch" Clark, Dutch Clark Stadium is consistently ranked among the top – and largest – high school sports venues in the state of Colorado. Dutch Clark Stadium, with a capacity of 12,500, plays host to the oldest annual football rivalry west of the Mississippi River, the Centennial-Central "Bell Game," and the annual East-South "Cannon Game." 

    Dutch Clark Stadium is the site for all District 60 varsity football, soccer, and track and field events. 


    Google Maps link

    (From I-25) Take Abriendo Avenue (Exit 97B), continuing on Abriendo Ave. for 1.5 miles.

    (From U.S. Highway 50) Take Pueblo Boulevard south (4 miles) to Thatcher Ave. Left on Thatcher (1.5 miles), left on Abriendo Ave.

  • Southwest Motors Events Center

    Exterior view of Southwest Motors Events Center

    Located at the Colorado State Fairgrounds, the Southwest Motors Events Center is a multi-purpose arena that has hosted numerous big-game musical performances, graduation ceremonies, professional and collegiate sporting events, and select District 60 varsity basketball games. The arena is located on the northwest corner of the Colorado State Fairgrounds (from Prairie Ave.).


    Google Maps link

    (From I-25) Take the McCulley Avenue exit (Exit 97A), follow signs to Northern Avenue. Turn left on Northern and proceed west 1.6 miles to Prairie Ave. Turn right on Prairie and proceed two blocks to the Colorado State Fairgrounds.

    (From U.S. Highway 50) Take Pueblo Boulevard south (4 miles) to Thatcher Ave. Left on Thatcher (1 miles), right on Prairie Ave. (0.6 miles) to the Colorado State Fairgrounds.

  • Runyon Sports Complex

    Backstop view of Hobbs Field at Runyon Sports Complex

    The historic Runyon Sports Complex, named for Pueblo playwright Damon Runyon and once the home site for the Pueblo Dodgers minor league baseball team, hosts all District 60 baseball and softball games. Baseball games take place at Hobbs Field (capacity 2,500) and Andenucio Field (known as 'The 'Nuch'), and softball games are held at Salas Field and Corsentino Field.


    Google Maps link

    Take Interstate 25 to the Santa Fe Drive/La Junta exit (98A). Turn right on Santa Fe Avenue, then take an immediate right on Ilex St.