Multiple Teams · Home Volleyball Online Ticket information

Here is the link for tickets for tonight’s VB games.  
* Live Streaming is still an option here.
* Online tickets can be purchased here. Follow the directions to purchase in person VB tickets below.  
* HS is $7, JH is $1, following the guidance below.  We have to charge JH and work through our ticket vendor to collect information following guidance and knowing who is at every event.

Process for tonight’s game:
JH Volleyball will be played from 4:15-5:15pm, spectators MUST leave after the event.
* 8th grade will play in the Main Gyms
* 7th grade will play in the HS Gyms
* Both venues will have spectators in the East Bleachers, Players in the West Bleachers.
9th and JV Volleyball from 5:30-7:00pm, spectators MAY stay for Varsity Match starting at 7pm.
* JV and V will play in the Main Gyms
* 9th grade will play in the HS Gyms
* Both venues will have spectators in the East Bleachers, Players in the West Bleachers.

Purchasing tickets process:
1.  Navigate to Milaca Activities Website: 
2.  Select “Tickets” in the upper right corner of the webpage
3.  Select “Buy Tickets” next to the event you would like to purchase tickets for
4. The first time purchasing tickets, you will need to “Sign Up” for an account This is a different login than activities registration
5.  Select “Have a passcode?” on the bottom of the page
6.  Enter Passcode.  The passcode is the Student ID 
7.  Choose the number of tickets to purchase. (See limits above)
8.  Enter guest details and payment information
9. Print or save the email with the ticket information
10. On the day of the event, show the printed ticket or email at the gate to gain admission to the game.

The updated guidance is as follows:
Each team/group at an indoor event is allowed up to a total allocation of two spectators per participant.
Consistent with other Stay Safe guidance, spectators must be separated by at least 6 feet between households/spectator groups and event spaces can’t exceed 25% of total capacity. 
For indoor events where 12 feet can’t be maintained between participants and spectators, participants must be included in the total capacity count.
If spectators and participants can be clearly separated by at least 12 feet, then participants do not need to be included in the total capacity count.
No venue may exceed a capacity of 250 spectators.In some situations, small venues may only allow for an allocation of one spectator or less per participant, depending on the size of the venue. Spectators are only allowed at official competitions or events.
If the participants are young children who may need adult support to dress, use the restroom, or otherwise participate in a practice or rehearsal, each participant may have one support person attend.
If a participant has a medical need for additional adult support then that support person is allowed at practices or rehearsals.School districts and charter schools must require advanced reservations and/or ticketing (e.g. on-line, app-based, email, will-call). Walk-ins, impromptu purchases or admittance will not be allowed.
Names, phone number, and/or email must be collected as part of the reservation so that quick notification can be done if an individual develops COVID-19.Schools must schedule arrival times for longer than their typical duration to minimize the congregation of spectators waiting.
They must establish staggered admission-times, entry-times and durations to minimize overlap and congregating of spectators at choke-points (e.g. access points, security check-points, admission areas, concession areas).
Please also refer to MDH’s COVID-19 Sports Guidance for Youth and Adults and guidance issued by the Minnesota State High School League if you are planning an athletic event.