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Athletic Department Event Release: EHS Basketball and Wrestling Winter Athletic - Parking/Admission/Overview

Immediate Release

December 15, 2022 

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Athletic Department Event Release  

Ewing High School Basketball and Wrestling

Winter Athletics Procedures



The following crowd control procedures and security provisions are designed for athletic events at Ewing High School:

Ticketing and game entry takes place at door number eight (8) for all winter events.  Admission will be charged for all events, regardless of the level. 

Please note the following:

All attendees must go through a security/metal detector scanning upon admission

The screening will be done by representatives from McCray Global Protection.

All students must have a school ID to enter the event.

Only students from the participating schools will be allowed entry.

Any students from other schools will be denied admission.

Gates open an hour before the event:

Please plan to arrive early. 

It presents a challenge to our admission process if all attendees arrive at game time.


  •          Adult: $3.00 and Student/Senior Citizens: $2.00
  •          No bags should be brought into the athletic complex.
  •          All bags/attendees subject to search.
  •          Smoking, including vaping, is unlawful and strictly prohibited.
  •          Children below high school age must be accompanied by their parent/guardian.
  •          An adult may not be “accompanied” by several students who are not their children.
  •          Any individual who exits may not be permitted back into the event.
  •          Game tickets are sold through the conclusion of the 3rd quarter or the 7th match.
  •           No individuals will be allowed admission into the facility after the 3rd quarter or 7th match.
  •          Refreshments will be available for purchase.

All games/matches in the North Gym will be livestreamed and the link will be on our website and Twitter feed:


Today's contest is being conducted according to the rules of the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association.  These rules provide for fair competition among players.  Spectators can help promote good sportsmanship by observing the rules of fair play.  Any verbal, written, or physical conduct related to race, gender, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation or religion shall not be tolerated, could subject the violator to ejection, and may result in penalties being assessed against your team. Everyone is requested to take personal responsibility for keeping this competition at a high level of good sportsmanship.