As we start to host home athletic events at Hilliard Davidson & Hilliard Weaver, we would like to share some important information. We are working hard to organize our venues and processes so we can host spectators in a safe manner following the mandated orders. Please take the time to review the venue maps before arriving at all home events. You are welcome to download and save for future reference.
Weaver Maps are now available to view below. Ticketing information is also found below. Please note, we are at the discretion of the host venue when our teams travel in terms of number of tickets available to us. MS venues are significantly smaller than HS venues, so please be prepared as Middle School parents of athletes to be limited to 1-2 tickets for most events, but especially on the road. Also, please be aware that most gyms will be required to clear spectators at the conclusion of the event, for example: 7th grade volleyball game will clear the gym before 8th grade spectators will be allowed in the gym. So for ticketing purposes and to allow more parents in, there will be 2 different ticket links to events like volleyball, basketball, etc. Our Weaver gym has a max capacity of 72 spectators per the Governor’s mandates. We will ask 8th grade parents to arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time and if the 7th grade game is still going on, you will have to remain in the Weaver Commons area maintaining the 6 feet social distance requirement of course.
Ticket links will be sent to families by their coaches. This will ensure that only the family members of players on our Weaver teams receive the link to allow you all to purchase your tickets for home and away events. Most ticket links will be open 1-2 days before the scheduled contest. Again, look for the active ticket link to be sent to you via email from your coaches.
Please be respectful to all workers at both home and away venues and be understanding of the limits that some of the Middle School venues have and their ability to host a game safely while maintaining and following all the required COVID-19 guidelines & mandates. Another chance for the Weaver community to show the ‘Wildcat Way’ when dealing with a very odd and difficult year to date.