Waianae High’s Raymond Torii Field is in the running to be named America’s best high school football stadium by USA Today. And after winning out in the first round of voting, it is up to you to push Waianae on to round three.

USA Today researched stadiums across the country, considering facilities across the nation to find the fields and facilities that are most unique for some reason or another.
This week, the home of the Seariders is up against Jelsma Stadium in Oklahoma. According to USA Today, Jelsma is more commonly known as “The Rock,” with an enormous stone retaining wall transforming the stadium into a psuedo-fort, the Wrigley Field of Oklahoma high school football. It originally opened in 1936 and was remodeled in 2006.
Round 2 is officially underway. Voting ends at 2 p.m. ET. To cast your vote head here.


Round 1: Oct. 15-21

Round 2: Oct. 22-27

Round 3: Oct. 28-31