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High school football season tickets on sale

The Denton school district’s Athletic Department is selling season tickets for the 2012 Denton, Guyer and Ryan high school football seasons at its office in the C.H. Collins Athletic Complex, 1500 Long Road.

Tickets for previous season ticket holders will be available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. through today.

All renewable season tickets not claimed by the end of this period will be released to the public for resale.

Tickets sales for new season ticket holders will begin Monday, during the same hours, and end at noon Aug. 31.

All season ticket packages must be paid for in person by cash or check, no credit card payments will be accepted.

Prices for the 2012 season at each of the high schools are:

•  Denton High — $31 per person for five home games,

•  Guyer High — $42 per person for five home games and visitor ticket for Denton High game,

•  Ryan High — $42 per person for six home games.

All home games will be played at the C.H. Collins Athletic Complex or Bronco Field unless specified. Season ticket packages do not include any home games not played at Denton stadiums or postseason games.

Senior citizens purchasing season ticket packages will receive a 50 percent discount.

For more information about the tickets, call 940-369-0069.


Navo Middle School

Student attends leadership academy

Elliott Brecht, a student at Navo Middle School, attended the Education in Action Lone Star Leadership Academy last month.

He was selected based on his academic success, leadership ability and his involvement in school and community services. He also attended the academy in 2011.

The program included visits to the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum, the LBJ Library, the Alamo, the Institute of Texan Cultures, White Museum State Cemeteryand the Texas Supreme Court.

He is the son of Jeff Brecht and Jennifer Madison.


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