Crawfordsville and North Montgomery athletics will not offer annual sports passes for the 2020-21 academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We believe that we are going to be restricted at the start of the year on the number of people that we can have at events,” Crawfordsville athletic director Bryce Barton said. “So with those types of restrictions in place, we think it makes sense that we just do single game tickets instead of offering season passes. It will help us monitor the number we have in attendance, it will enable those individuals who want to just come to a single game to be able to come without worrying about season ticket holders being the only people at games. And we will have to provide admissions to our visiting teams.”
The Athenians will offer credit and debit card sales for admission at all sporting events this school year.
At North Montgomery the decision to suspend annual passes includes North Montgomery Middle School.
At this time Indiana High School athletics is scheduled to move into Phase III of their ‘return to play’ plan on Aug. 15, which will allow spectators to attend events. Aug. 15 is the same day as the first allowed day for fall sporting events other than girls golf. High School football officially kicks off on Friday, Aug. 21.