Athletics

 

 

 

* From June 21 to July 3 a booster club membership must be purchased in order to have priority access to by passes.  Starting July 7, the purchase of a booster club membership is not required to purchase passes.

* Do NOT register for an "account" when purchasing the tickets on the Ticketracker website.

* Purchase tickets from a desktop or laptop computer. Do NOT purchase on an iPhone or iPad.

 

 

2016-2017 All-Sports Ticket Information

Information for purchasing your 2016-2017 Athletic Season Passes:

The 2016 football season is right around the corner for the Greyhounds! Program goals are set high once again as a number of starters return from last year's regional championship team along with many new faces looking to make an impact. The schedule kicks off with the home opener against county rival Hamilton Southeastern on August 19th. Other home games include Pike (Future Greyhounds Night), Ben Davis (Homecoming) and Lawrence Central (Senior Night).

*  Ticket orders will be mailed if received by August 4. After that time, tickets will need to be picked up at the Will Call window at the first home football game on August 19.

*  Designated seating "blocks" are not offered in the seating process (i.e. Football, Cheerleading, Band, Greyhound Booster Club Super Boosters). 

*  It is not necessary to purchase a Greyhound Booster Club family membership to purchase season tickets. Families joining the Greyhound Booster Club do enjoy the benefit of first choice of seats as we open up ticket sales for the school year.

*  Prices for adult all-sport passes remain the same at $65 for the year and reserved football season tickets will be $40.  Student all-sport passes for the school year are priced at $40.

** Questions regarding tickets and the process can be submitted by clicking here.

 

 

 

Student Athlete Tip of the Week

IHSAA Student-Athlete Tip of the Week (9-19-16)
"Promoting education based athletics in Indiana"

Former soccer great Mia Hamm was once quoted as saying "celebrate what you've accomplished, but also raise the bar a little higher each time you succeed."

Most athletes that reach the pinnacle of their sport have a knack for doing just that. They remain hungry and stay focused after reaching short term goals. They also think about development and improvement regardless of what happened the day before, good or bad.

It's really a challenge to balance success while keeping an eye on consistent improvement. Those that master that concept will be the ones that succeed when it counts the most!

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