Heritage Hills lists girls basketball attendance policyNovember 3, 2020
By Herald Staff
Heritage Hills has rolled out its attendance plan for Friday's season opener at home against Crawford County.
The attendance will be limited in capacity. Each player is allowed to buy four tickets — that a player or parent may purchase. Each manager may purchase four tickets — that a manager or player can buy. Each coach will also be allowed to buy four tickets — which are complimentary for family, but all others must be purchased. All tickets must be purchased in advance.
Tickets will be sold in the Heritage Hills main office from 10:00 a.m. through 2:00 p.m. EST from today through Friday and won't be available to the general public.
All patrons must wear a mask, with the exception of eating or drinking. The upper concourse on the West Side and East Side will be closed off, though handicap seating is permitted on the latter side.
Restrooms are open in Patriot Commons and near the cafeteria. Social distancing is required unless family sit together.
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