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WCHS basketball ticket information

The Pioneers and Lady Pioneers started their season last week with a pair of Hall of Champions games. The Lady Pioneers beat Community and Franklin Road, while the Pioneers split with the Minutemen and Vikings. During both contests, the crowd was limited to just immediate family as WCHS has been closely monitoring COVID-19 protocols. Season passes were also not taken as the majority of the proceeds for the games went to the TSSAA, meaning individual payment had to be accepted to send to the state.

Attendance policies are changing for tonight’s game at home against DeKalb County. WCHS athletic director Todd Willmore made a statement regarding individual tickets and attendance for games this season Monday morning. Here is the full statement:

Good Morning All,

I have fielded numerous questions regarding tickets over the weekend and wanted to update each of you on tickets for our home events this year. 

For each of our varsity games we will share 100 of our 600 tickets with the visiting team. If they do not sell their allotment, we will make that link public the day of the game. However, when the visiting team sells all of their block of tickets, our varsity games will be sold out. We have sold approximately 500 season passes to our students (there are a few student season passes still available) and adults through the 3 Point Club and GoFan. In addition, we are also accepting TSSAA and TACA passes. I realize there are a number of people waiting to purchase tickets on game day, but that will not be an option this year due to our capacity restrictions. 

When we host JV games prior to varsity games, JV admission will be free. However, we will need spectators to clear the gym immediately following their game in order to allow ticket holders access to the gym for the varsity game. If a JV spectator has a ticket/pass for varsity, they will still be expected to exit and validate their ticket prior to entry. 

For nights we host stand alone freshman and/or JV games there will be a separate GoFan ticket link for those particular games and we plan to make all of those links public this week. There will be one link for both our fans and visiting fans. Our capacity limit will remain 600 for those games and we hope we hit capacity, but do not foresee those games being sold out. 

Thank you,


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