MADISON, NJ – Madison High School Principal David Drechsel announced the plan for safety guidelines and rules for the 2020 fall sports season.

“We are grateful to be in the position to provide our student-athletes with the opportunity to compete in a fall athletics season,” Drechsel said in a letter. “This is the direct result of our five-week summer conditioning program, our dedicated coaching staff and our athletic trainer who worked together to maintain strict safety standards, and our student- athletes who willingly followed the NJSIAA protocols.”

Athletic schedules, photo galleries, team rosters and game results will be available through the Activity Scheduler app.

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For home scrimmages and games (all non-football sports and sub-varsity levels), tickets will not be required to attend these events. Spectators must wear a mask at all times and social distance while in the stands. Visiting spectators are not permitted to attend.

For home football games, four tickets will be reserved for every senior Madison football player and two for each remaining underclassmen and coaching staff member. In
addition, two tickets will be provided to every visiting football player, cheerleader and coaching staff member.

Tickets will be provided in advance to Madison High School and visiting players directly by their coach. A limited number of tickets will be reserved for Madison High School faculty and seniors within the student body. Students will receive an email with information on Thursday morning of each game week on how to obtain them.


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