The Owatonna High School (OHS) Athletic Office announces an online ticketing process for game tickets and activity passes effective with the fall season 2021. Tickets will be purchased through Hometown Ticketing, a service that other Big Nine schools and the Minnesota State High School League will use as well.

A news release from OHS indicates, "Online ticketing will be be used for all events that require tickets for admission. Tickets can be scanned from your phone or printed and scanned." Tickets will be made available about one to two weeks in advance of the events.

Go the for more details and click on the blue "Hometown Ticketing" box to purchase. Activity passes go on sale August 16. A hard pass Activities Pass will cost $45 for students, $100 for adults, and $150 for a husband/wife combo. Senior citizens, age 62 and over inside the district, can attend events free of charge. Senior citizens from outside the district can get an Activity Ticket for $45.

Activity passes will be available in-person during the OHS open houses on August 23 and 24 or be purchased through the Hometown Ticketing feature. Individual game tickets will cost $8 for adults and $5 for students.

Official high school fall sports practice begins August 16. On that same day, a parent/student athlete meeting will be held at 6 pm at the OHS auditorium. The athletic office reminds everyone, "Please make sure you are registered for activities prior to August 16. A valid sports physical must be on field with the activities office."

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