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Updated: Info on Tickets for Inaugural El Toro Stadium Game

Trabuco Hills will be the first opponent of El Toro's at its new stadium.

The home side bleachers at El Toro's new stadium are sold out. Trabuco Hills is the Chargers' first opponent. Photo/Martin Henderson
The home side bleachers at El Toro's new stadium are sold out. Trabuco Hills is the Chargers' first opponent. Photo/Martin Henderson
Originally posted Oct. 24, 10:14 a.m.

The home side bleachers of the new El Toro Stadium is sold out for the inaugural football game Friday between El Toro and Trabuco Hills high schools. 

El Toro has historically played its home games at Trabuco Hills. This South Coast League tilt, which both teams must win if they hope to have any chance for an automatic playoff berth into the Souther Section Pac-5 Division Playoffs, is the first night game played at El Toro. 

The only tickets remaining are for the visitors side. Those tickets are available twice Friday at Trabuco Hills High, and any unsold tickets will be released to El Toro to sell. 

Tickets will be available at Trabuco Hills on Friday during Snack period from 10:06-10:22 a.m., and Lunch from 12:22-1:02 p.m. A release Thursday from the school indicated tickets would only be available on Thursday, but Trabuco Hills administrators received an extension.

Cost for students with ASB Card is $5 and adults and students without ASB, $8.  Preschool age is free if they can sit on a lap. Elementary age is $5, and Jr. High is $8.
Homer October 24, 2013 at 10:35 PM
The freshman team played their game at the improved facility tonight, Thursday.
Martin Henderson (Editor) October 25, 2013 at 05:42 AM
They sure did, and for a sparsely attended freshman game, the student lot was 75 percent full. I can only imagine what tomorrow will be like. Homer, maybe you can snap off some photos and give us a report. Nice sound system from what I could tell. People living on the side of Serrano will have no trouble hearing the play-by-play.
Homer October 25, 2013 at 01:19 PM
I heard that the sound system has the volume to rock the stucco off the houses. - Not that they will set it that high during a game. - Just sayin'
Rog October 25, 2013 at 06:54 PM
It ‘s too bad that the SVUSD and ETHS didn't offer the homeowners in the neighborhoods that will be affected the most from this stadium two free passes per homeowner to all home football games for the next five years. That would have been a gracious peace offering after they totally ignored the homeowners’ legitimate concerns.

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