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Caddo Hills to tip off basketball season Thursday

Caddo Hills Indian Basketball will tip off Thursday, October 15, with their annual Blue and White Game. Season passes are also available through October 15.

Both Junior High and Senior High Girls and Boys teams will play with the first game set for 5 p.m. Due to COVID-19 restrictions there will not be an alumni game this year.

The 2020-21 season will officially tip off Monday, October 19, at home against the Fort Smith Patriots. All four teams will play with tip off of the first game set for 5 p.m.

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. They are expected to announce the protocols Monday, October 12. In an effort to help everyone enjoy the games the district will be livestreaming games on their website, caddohills.org.

Caddo Hills has announced the sale of season tickets at a cost of $60 each. The season pass will grant you access to all home games. They also provide access to all livestream coverage of Indian athletics this year.

To reserve a season pass please email natives@caddohills.org, or stop by the concession stand during the Blue and White Game October 15.

We will post the final attendance protocols once they are released by school administrators next week.

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