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3-Point Club selling season tickets


It won't be long before fans are packing into Charlie Dalton Gym.

Fans can guarantee themselves a spot at Charlie Dalton Gym this winter right now. It could be a season nobody wants to miss as the Lady Pioneers and Pioneers are embarking on a new journey into District 6AAAA.

If Tuesday is any indication, the expectations could be sky high for Warren County basketball this season. The Pioneers were selected as the preseason favorites to hoist a district championship trophy for the third straight year, while the Lady Pioneers were projected to finish second in the newly formed district.

The 3-Point Booster Club can get you right in the middle of the action with season passes. There are multiple levels supporters can pick from while grabbing seats (and treats from the hospitality room) this year. Those levels are:


$100 Fan Level – 1 hospitality room pass

$150 Red level - 1 hospitality room pass & 1 Varsity/JV Pass

$250 White Level – 2 hospitality room passes, 2 Varsity/JV Passes and 1 Shirt

$350 Blue level – 4 hospitality room passes, 2 Varsity/JV Passes, 2 shirts, Name in gym, recognition during game

$500 Pioneer court – 4 hospitality room passes, up to 4 Varsity/JV passes, 2 shirts, Sign in gym (2 x 3 feet), recognition during game

 

If you’re just looking to grab a season pass, the cost is $55 each. Additional shirts are also available for $35. There will be no hospitality rooms for freshman games and individual freshman season pass are $20 each.

Contact 3-Point booster club members Kristin Griffith (931-273-4376), Alesha Pegg (pegga@warrenschools.com) or Loree DeArmond (dearmondl@warrenshools.com) to purchase a plan.


Season ticket sales contribute to the Pioneer and Lady Pioneer basketball program, helping the teams get supplies and accessories for the teams.


Warren County is scheduled to play 13 home games this season. Season passes will be accepted for all regular season home games EXCEPT the Hall of Fame game scheduled on Tuesday, Nov. 16 against Central Magnet. WCHS athletic director Todd Willmore explained why season passes will not be accepted for the first home game:

We received TSSAA approval to host the Hall of Champions games with Murfreesboro Central Magnet on November 16. Since these are considered pre-season games, the host school is required to remit 50 percent of the gate receipts to TSSAA. As a result, season passes will not be valid for this event. Tickets can be found through GoFan.”

The link to the GoFan app for the first game is here: https://gofan.co/app/events/411782?schoolId=TN8715

The freshman home schedule includes five games, currently. The freshman season will begin Dec. 2 at home against Tullahoma.


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