Information regarding this Saturday’s Mount Si High School football playoff game

We have some more news about this weekend’s Mount Si High School football playoff game.

First, the school has informed us there will be a student rooter bus for the game on Saturday. The bus, which is open to Mount Si students only, will have them riding with the cheerleaders over to the game. Cost to ride this bus is $5. Note for MSHS parents: The cost does NOT include a game ticket; your son or daughter will have to pay for that separately upon arrival at the game site at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco, so make sure they have enough money to get themselves into the game before they depart MSHS. WIAA ticket prices are being charged so check with the WIAA website for those.

The bus will leave at 8:30 am from the school and will arrive back after the game, around 7 or 8 Saturday evening. Students can pay for a seat on the bus at the finance window at the school. We would also anticipate a parent permission slip will also need to be filled out, so check with the school on that. Additionally, we don’t know if there will be any stops made for food or rest (bathroom breaks) on the way there or on the way back. Be aware of this as well.

This bus for students is the only rooter bus being arranged; there are no adult rooter busses for parents and other fans being arranged, so you will need to drive over yourself to see the game.

Also, we have been informed, and will confirm this later, that the game is slated to be televised. However, that broadcast will be carried by SWX. SWX is a sports-centric digital channel that only serves Spokane and the Tri-Cities. There are no cable or satellite providers in the Valley – including Comcast – which carry this channel. They also have a live webstream, but that, too, is not available outside of their market in eastern Washington. We will check on radio broadcasts or WIAA Network webstreams as well for you.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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