Guidelines for Tonight’s Po-Hi Boys Basketball Game with Owasso

Mike Seals - January 26, 2021 11:18 am

FROM PCPS: Here is information from the Owasso Athletic Director regarding the Owasso Boys’ Basketball game tonight with Owasso. I have also attached their guidelines due to COVID-19 (See below).

For the 2020-2021 JV/Varsity basketball season, we have greatly limited the capacity inside the Owasso High School gym. We will be restricting our crowd size to 25%, but it is important to us that we do our best to take care of the parents/guardians of our visiting teams.

TICKETS – We are able to offer Ponca City families an allotment of 100 tickets to our game on 1/26/2021. If this game is canceled, individuals who purchase online tickets will be fully refunded by GoFan. If the game is postponed and rescheduled, the online tickets would be honored at the rescheduled home game, or a refund could be issued through GoFan, if requested. We will NOT be selling visitor tickets at the gate, so this is their only opportunity to attend this game. Please forward this link to those JV and Varsity level parents/guardians for both the boys and girls programs:

PASSES – Passes will be accepted at the gate.

SEATING – All visitors must sit on the North side of the gym in the upper level.

STREAMING – We will be live streaming all Varsity games. This link can be found by visiting and clicking on the streaming tab.

Due to Covid precautions, please make note of the following (our guidelines are attached):

  • There will be NO hospitality room.

  • There will be no visiting spirit teams.

  • Face coverings are required in all Owasso Public School facilities

Owasso Athletics Guidelines


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