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Adult ticket prices see slight increase for CCAL football games
Harvest Bowl
High school football fans (without student IDs) will be paying $1 more to watch the games in person this season (Journal file photo).

As stadiums will soon be filled with Friday night lights and prep football action, parents and fans will be paying a little more to enjoy the game.

Adult ticket prices for Central California Athletic League high school football games will be increased for the 2022 season. All CCAL teams, including Turlock and Pitman, will be charging the new admission fee at each of their regular season home games.

The price of admission for adults and high school students without a school ID card is now $8, which is an increase of one dollar. Meanwhile, the rest of the prices will remain the same. Students that do have their school IDs will only have to pay a $5 fee. Senior citizens, veterans and current service members will also pay the discounted $5 fee. Finally, students with ASB cards can attend games for $1. All tickets must be purchased with cash at the gates of each CCAL stadium and no bills over $20 will be accepted.

As with previous years, entry guidelines will be in place. One of the guidelines is that junior high students and younger children must be accompanied by an adult. Additionally, no backpacks will be allowed into stadiums.

All ticket prices and entry guidelines for all events are set by the CCAL. The first high school football games of the season are scheduled for Friday. For complete season schedules, see the Journal’s football preview special section inside today’s paper and at