With the new circumstances of this year comes new ways of operating.
Mr. Rob Irwin, athletic director, is working on new methods of selling football tickets. The old system of standing in line and buying tickets at the gate is not realistic. The new system requires buying tickets in person during lunch or Powerhour with limited seating available.
“I wish we didn’t have to enforce a limit of student and could have more time to sell them. It’s unfortunate that we have to change things so much, but there weren’t very many options available,” Mr. Irwin said.
Tickets are available the week before each game.
“Personally, it doesn’t bother me. It’s not the greatest solution, but I understand why they have to do it this way. I don’t think people should be upset about the change,” junior Quinn Kelly said.
Another option for fan is to sign on to the virtual live stream, which broadcasts are each home game and can be found on the Woodman broadcasting site. The livestream enables many more fans to attend.
“I really enjoyed attending virtually. It’s obviously not going to feel the same as being there and experiencing the atmosphere for yourself, but as for now, it’s a good alternative,” Mrs. Amy Kreimer, math teacher, said.
Though the changes are difficult to adjust to, that doesn’t take away from the excitement of the season.
“I’m happy to see the football games continuing, and I hope our season can return to normal eventually. For now, it’s just good to do what we can,” Mr.Irwin said.