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Caddo Hills tips off 2020-21 season October 19

Caddo Hills Indian Basketball tipped off Thursday, October 15, with their annual Blue and White Game. They open the 2020-21 season at home Monday, October 19, against the Fort Smith Patriots

All four teams will see action Monday with the junior girls tipping off at 5 p.m. They will take to the road October 23 and 27 at Acorn and Emerson respectively. The Junior Girls and both Senior High teams will see action both days. They will return home October 29 when they will face Blevins. The Junior Girls will see action October 29 along with both senior teams.

The October 23 and 29 games will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the October 27 games will tip off at 5 p.m.

Fans sit in approved areas Thursday night during the Blue and White games. Attendance will be greatly reduced this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. – Photo by Dewayne Holloway

There are 18 home games on the schedule this season with tournaments limited to district, regional and state post season tournaments. COVID-19 restrictions will limit the number of people allowed in the gym during games. District administrators are finalizing attendance protocol.

Caddo Hills School District posted a seating chart and attendance guidelines Monday. Seating on the home side begins on the second row from the bottom with every other bench left empty. Family units can sit together with three spaces left empty to either side. Masks must be worn by all in attendance at all times. Seating on the visitor’s side beings on the third row from the bottom.

Please contact High School Principal Jason Whitaker with any questions. He can be reached by email at jwhitaker@caddohills.org, or by phone at (870) 356-5701.

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