Mount Si High School ticket sales plan for Friday game announced

Mount Si High School announced their ticket sales plan for this Friday’s home playoff football game against Auburn Mountainview.

There a couple of things the school wants you to know as you plan for the game this week – that everyone, and this includes Mount Si students, will have to pay to get in, as this is considered a WIAA state playoff contest as opposed to a Kingco contest, and that this game also marks the start of the annual Associated Student Body food drive known as “Foodball”, started when your editor was in student government back in the 1990’s at Mount Si and continues strong to this day.

Ticket prices are the same for the most part as Kingco prices.

-Adults and MSHS students without an ASB card will pay $7.00
-MSHS students with an ASB card, seniors and children will pay $5.00
-Preschool-aged children with an adult are free

Passes, such as those granted by the Kingco Conference, are not accepted for this game, so everyone has to pay to get in. To ensure fans get their tickets, several pre-sale options have been set up. Students will be able to buy tickets during their lunch breaks starting tomorrow; this is likely being done through the finance window, but check with the main office for more information.

Parents and the general public will be able to purchase tickets Thursday night from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Mount Si High School commons area; this is located just inside the main entrance doors and just past the main office and down some stairs on your right. Considering the lines which were seen for the pre-sale for the Bellevue game three weeks ago, you might want to get there early and assure your place in line. There is a ten-ticket maximum, and you must pay by cash or check only, no credit or debit cards accepted.

As for the Foodball, the school asks that you please bring a can of food or a monetary donation to the game, as there will be a location for that there. This food drive has become an essential part of the fall and winter supplies for local food banks, and with the economy being the way it is, demand for their services as you might imagine is anticipated to be high this year, so please donate if you can.

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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