The first-round playoff game between Oak Ridge and Walker Valley will start at 7 p.m. Friday, November 4, on Blankenship Field.
The gates open at 5:30 p.m. Kickoff is at 7 p.m.
All tickets are $8. No passes will be honored. There is no charge for pre-schoolers.
No pass lists will be honored, according to information from Oak Ridge High School. Everyone must pay.
Tickets are on sale in the Main Office at ORHS until 2 p.m. Friday and at The Ferrell Shop in Jackson Square.
Season ticket holders may purchase their season ticket seats until noon on Wednesday, November 2, at the high school only.
All reserved seats will be available to the general public after noon on Wednesday, the ORHS information said.
Walker Valley High School is in Cleveland, about one hour and 15 minutes from Oak Ridge.
Blankenship Field is at 130 Broadway Avenue in Oak Ridge.
The Oak Ridge Wildcats (8-2) are the number one seed in Region 3-5A.
The Walker Valley Mustangs (6-4) are the number four seed in Region 4-5A.
Oak Ridge is ranked number six in 5A in the final Associated Press Tennessee high school football poll of the 2016 regular season. The Wildcats were ranked number two earlier this season, but they fell four spots to number six after losing to McMinn County on October 7, and they dropped two more spots, to number eight, after losing to Webb on October 21.
But Oak Ridge shut out Campbell County to win the Region 3-5A championship on Thursday, October 27, and the Wildcats have since climbed back up two spots.
Other East Tennessee teams in the top 10 in 5A include Farragut (4th), Rhea County (5th), Campbell County (7th), Ooltewah (8th), McMinn County (9th), and Morristown West (10th).
The Wildcats secured home-field advantage for the first two rounds of the playoffs, assuming they win round one, with their 28-0 shutout win over Campbell County last week.
Campbell County visits Ooltewah, and McMinn County travels to Farragut, in other first-round playoff match-ups on Friday. Meanwhile, Lenoir City, the fourth seed in Region 3-5A, will play at Rhea County, the top seed in Region 4-5A.
Walker Valley lost to Ooltewah 56-35 at home on Friday, October 28, in the final regular-season game.
In other area football news, neither Anderson County nor Clinton advanced to the playoffs. The Clinton Dragons (1-9) fell to the Farragut Admirals (9-1) 49-21 in the regular-season finale on Friday, while the Carter Hornets (3-7) eliminated the Anderson County Mavericks (3-7) with a 56-28 win last Thursday.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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