Blue Wahoos Welcome Back High School Baseball
Blue Wahoos Stadium is excited to welcome back high school baseball in 2021. A total of five high school games will be played at the ball park in March, beginning on Monday, March 15th, when The Escambia Gators face the Gulf Breeze Dolphins.
Two more games will be played on Friday, March 26th. The Tate Aggies will face the Choctaw Yellowjackets in an afternoon matinee, and the Navarre Raiders face the Fort Walton Beach Vikings in the nightcap. On the following day, Saturday, March 27th, the final two games will be held. Navarre will face the West Florida Jaguars in the afternoon, and Fort Walton Beach will play Tate under the lights.
“High school baseball games are some of our favorite events of the year and we’re very excited to welcome seven local teams to our ballpark in March,” Blue Wahoos team president Jonathan Griffith said. “Giving young athletes the chance to have the full experience of playing in a professional stadium is so much fun for our staff and part of meeting our mission of improving the quality of life in our community.”
Expectedly, protocols must be adhered by fans in order to attend the games.
Face masks are required when inside the stadium. Guests may remove their face mask when seated, with proper physical distancing from other guests, but masks must remain on when moving about the stadium, when on the concourse, and when entering and exiting the facility.
Gates will open at the stadium one hour before first pitch. Tickets are $8 and available now at BlueWahoos.com. Day passes good for admission to both games each day on the 26th and 27th are $8 per day and available at BlueWahoos.com.