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School District 2 reverses policy, to allow visiting fans in Yellowstone County

Posted at 11:56 AM, Sep 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-10 14:01:10-04

BILLINGS — On the morning of the first Class AA football game of the season in Montana, School District 2 in Billings has reversed its spectator policy and will now allow two family members per visiting athlete, according to SD2 activities director Mark Wahl.

The visitor policy now matches the home fans policy, which allows athletes to submit two family member names prior to each contest to their school's activities office. That list will be transferred to the entrance gate where only those people will be admitted.

Bozeman High School family members will be allowed inside Daylis Stadium for Thursday's Class AA football opener against Billings Senior High School. It is the first football game of the season that will allow fans inside Yellowstone County.

Visiting fans will enter through the south admission gate on the corner of Grand Ave. and 3rd Street West and will sit in the east stands. Home fans will enter through the west gate between the stadium and high school and sit in the west stands.

Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Gates will open an hour before.