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Multiple Teams · Game Day Information: Homecoming vs LCHS!

Game day is coming soon and our players, coaches and students are ready! The following information will assist you in navigating the town and preparing for the game.

Elementary Buildings are closed at 3:30pm
Lineup: 4:15pm at Elementary Bus Parking Lot
Start of the Parade: 5:30pm
Parade Route: Hibbard St., Grand River Ave, North Grand Ave, Addison St.

Game Information:
Friday, September 29th, 2017
Opponent: Lansing Catholic Cougars
Ticket Sales: 5:30pm

PRE-SALE TICKETS – All Pre-Sale tickets will be sold via State Champs, please follow this link to avoid the lines! PRE-SALE TICKET LINK

Gates Open: 5:45pm

Game Day Sponsor Ceremony: 6:40pm – J. Rajala Construction

Band Performance: 6:45pm (normal halftime routine)
Kickoff: 7:00pm

Homecoming Ceremony:
King/Queen: Halftime-20 minutes

Homecoming Parade –  The parade will begin at 5:30 and run through downtown, anyone that arrives later than 5:30 should use one of the following routes:

I-96 to Howell (Burkhart Rd-Exit 133) then turn left on N. Burkhart Rd. Follow N. Burkhart to Grand River and turn left.  Once on Grand River, look for Cemetery Rd (4 miles) and turn right. Cemetery to Sharpe Rd, turn left on Sharpe and enter campus off Sharpe.


I-96 to Fowlerville (Exit 129) then turn right on E Van Riper. Follow Van Riper past the railroad tracks (turns to dirt) and turn left on Cemetery Rd. Cemetery will cross Grand River; Follow Cemetery to Sharpe Rd, turn left on Sharpe and enter campus off Sharpe.

Facility Guidelines:

$5.00 Admission

$3.00 Junior High & Elementary
(Supervised by an Adult)

Free – Under 5 and Senior Citizens (62)

  • No reserved seating in stadium.

Parents, due to the increased volume of people in attendance we are recommending that you have discussions with your child about the following:

  • Throwing of Footballs, tennis balls or other objects can put spectators in danger. These items should not be brought into the stadium and ticket takers will be asking you to return them to your cars.
  • Every action that occurs is a reflection on your family, our school and our community. Please watch your language and your actions.
  • Your actions at a sporting event can result in consequences that are enforceable at school. Do not let one decision affect you for a lifetime.


Have a great week and good luck to all of our athletes!