Teams played before fewer than 10 spectators during Super Sunday games at Dunbar Community Center. The games usually are played at Douglass Park but were moved indoors after a shooting during a Dirt Bowl game on Father's Day left one man dead.
Teams played before fewer than 10 spectators during Super Sunday games at Dunbar Community Center. The games usually are played at Douglass Park but were moved indoors after a shooting during a Dirt Bowl game on Father's Day left one man dead. Herald-Leader
Teams played before fewer than 10 spectators during Super Sunday games at Dunbar Community Center. The games usually are played at Douglass Park but were moved indoors after a shooting during a Dirt Bowl game on Father's Day left one man dead. Herald-Leader

Relocated Dirt Bowl's Super Sunday draws few spectators after park shooting

July 19, 2015 07:50 PM

UPDATED July 20, 2015 06:16 AM

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