Here’s hoping 2020 is the first and last year of needing to outline just how a fan gets to watch his (or her) favorite teams enjoy the thrill of victory and agony of defeat, but the coronavirus has made the regulations forthwith a necessary part of the sports fan’s life.
Furthermore, a stormy weather forecast led Clinton High School to reschedule the junior varsity football game between the Red Devils and Union County for Wednesday evening instead of Thursday at Wilder Stadium.
The remnants of Hurricane Zeta are likely to blow through the Upstate on Thursday.
With no further ado, here’s the latest from Clinton High School, courtesy athletics director Louie Alexander:
Wednesday, October 28 – JV Football vs. Union (6 p.m.). Tickets should be purchased online at chsreddevils.com. There will be no tickets sold at the gate. A limited number of tickets can be purchased from Wilson’s Curb Market and Arthur State Bank. JV Tickets are $5. No one will be admitted without having purchased an online ticket or have a ticket in hand. No tickets will be sold at the gate.
Friday, October 30 –Varsity Football at Union (7:30 p.m.). Tickets are $7 and can be purchased from our athletic department office from Monday, Oct. 26-Friday, Oct. 30 (9 a.m.-1 p.m.). A limited number of tickets can be purchased from Wilson’s Curb Market and Arthur State Bank. No tickets will be sold at the gate and only SCHSL passes are accepted. Do not make the trip to Union if you do not have a ticket in hand.
WPCC (1410 AM, 96.5 AM) opens coverage of the Clinton at Union County game on Friday at 7, with kickoff at 7:30. After the game is the scoreboard show, followed by “Overtime on the Largetime,” a throwback music show beginning at 10 p.m.