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    All ticket sales will be online through Hometown Tickets at

    Ticket sales to the General Public will begin on Sunday at 8:00 a.m. for all games for the current week


    Ticket prices:  

    Middle School Events:  

    Adults  $4.00      Students   $2.00

    Middle School All-Sport Passes:

    10 Events:   Adults  $40.00    Students   $20.00

    20 Events:   Adults  $80.00    Students   $40.00


    9th-12th Grade Events (except for Varsity Football):  

    Adults  $5.00      Students  $3.00

    9th-12th Grade All-Sports Passes:

    10 Events:   Adults   $50.00       Students   $30.00

    20 Events:   Adults   $100.00     Students   $60.00


    Varsity Football:

    Pre-Game:  Reserved $8.00 / Adult General Admission $6.00 / Student General Admission $4.00

    Prices at the Gate:  Reserved  $10.00  /  All General Admission  $8.00


    All online ticket purchases will be subject to a service charge

    No cash transactions will be available (except at the gate at Varsity Football).

    There will be no limit on the number of tickets that can be purchased per transaction

    Tickets will be sold on a week-by-week basis

    Tickets, if still available, can be purchased at the gate on a mobile device by using the QR code



    Plano ISD Employee badges will be accepted (employee only-no spouses or children)  

    Plano ISD Substitute badges will be accepted at the gate (substitute only-no spouses or children)

    Plano ISD “RSVP Passes” (Senior Citizens 65 and up)

    At Varsity Football, seating is for General Admission only

    Plano ISD Bag Policy will be in effect

    Some games will be live streamed.  Subscription information is available at


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  • Plano East football team celebrates diversity of players, coach says it 'unifies everybody

    With a roster that includes players that have ties to Nigeria, India and Liberia, the Plano East Panthers came up with an interesting way to celebrate the diversity of their team.

    CBS Video Link

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  • Comegys sinks eagle on 18th to win 6A title; Plano West, Marcus finish top 10

    By Matt Welch | Star Local Media

    Matt Comegys State Champ

    Plano West senior Matt Comegys saved his best for last.

    It came with half of his golf ball covered in mud, flanked by tall glass and just right of the green on the 18th hole Tuesday afternoon at Georgetown's Legacy Hills Golf Club at the Class 6A state tournament.

    Wolves head coach Joe Cravens made sure to remind Comegys of what was at stake for potentially the final hole of his decorated high school career: A birdie would force a playoff and an eagle would outright win the 6A state title.

    Complete story at Plano Star Courier

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  • Tony Benedetto named Plano East's next head football coach

    Plano East football coach Tony Benedetto

    On Wednesday, Plano ISD announced Tony Benedetto as the next head football coach and athletic coordinator at Plano East.

    Benedetto was approved for the position during Tuesday's work session of the PISD Board of Trustees.

    Benedetto joins PISD after a productive three-year run leading the Woodrow Wilson football program. During his tenure there, he led the Wildcats to a pair of playoff appearances and back-to-back winning seasons. Last year, Wilson posted an 8-3 record and finished in second place in District 6-5A Division I.

    “We could not be more excited to welcome Coach Benedetto and his family to Plano East and Plano ISD. We know he will have an immediate impact with our kids, parents and community,” said Jeff Smith, PISD athletic director via press release. “When anyone meets Coach Benedetto, they will quickly see his passion for young people and athletics. As a third-year head football coach, he has already shown the ability to build a high-quality program that is successful on and off the field. As we move forward together, we look forward to supporting Coach Benedetto as he now leads our Plano East Panthers.”

    See full story at Plano Star Courier

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  • Plano West boys retain 7-6A swim title

    Plano West Swimming

    The Wolves survived another razor-thin battle with Prosper for district bragging rights. A mere four points separated the two programs in last year's district meet and the margin was practically identical on Saturday. West toughed out 118 points to outlast Prosper's 114.5, while Allen (78.5), McKinney Boyd (72) and Plano East (56) worked their way into the top five as well.

    See full story at Plano Star Courier 

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  • Plano West Swimmers Help Fight Hunger Ahead of Thanksgiving

    Members of the Plano West Senior High School swim team got together during their Thanksgiving holiday to help pack meals and donate food to the North Texas Food Bank.
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  • State Champs!: Plano West hoists tennis title No. 6 after downing Lake Travis

    The third time was indeed the charm for the Plano West tennis team.

    After coming up one win short of a Class 6A state championship the past two seasons, incurring runner-up finishes at the hands of Houston Memorial and Round Rock Westwood, the Wolves reclaimed their spot on top Friday at Texas A&M University. 

    What had the makings of a special postseason from the onset culminated in decisive fashion as West defeated Austin Lake Travis, 10-3, in the 6A state final to capture the sixth UIL championship in program history.

    “Each one of that I’ve been a part of feels a little different. This was very gratifying, the way the team pulled together over the course of the year and just refused to go down,” said Morgen Walker, West head coach. “Seeing kids battle for matches, games and sets, it was a lot of fun. Just the sheer competitiveness of the kids showed up this year, especially these last couple of weeks.” FULL STORY AT PLANO STAR COURIER

    2021 State Champs

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  • High School Spotlight video on Plano West Tennis


    The 500 Club: Walker notches milestone coaching win; Plano West locks up share of 6-6A tennis title

    CARROLLTON — Tuesday was a night of celebration for the Plano West tennis team.

    The Wolves won their 10th match in a row following a 19-0 sweep of Hebron to secure no worse than a share of the District 6-6A championship — the 22nd straight year West will finish atop its district.

    The post-match festivities, however, centered on the team’s longtime head coach, Morgen Walker, who secured a milestone victory with the 500th win of his coaching career.

    “It’s a little surreal, to be honest,” Walker said. “I’ve had a lot of time to reflect over the last couple weeks and reached out to some people — former coaches, former administrators and let them know that I was getting close to this thing and I wanted to thank them. They were a big part of this, whether you were a coach or an administrator who influenced me or supported me — having that support over the years from all those people is huge.”


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  • UIL 100 Greatest Teams presented by H-E-B: 1977 Plano Wildcats

    In celebration of 100 years of UIL Texas high school football, the UIL, Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and H-E-B teamed up to honor the best, brightest and the most unforgettable teams in the sport’s illustrious history.

    We are proud to recognize Plano Senior High School and the 1977 Wildcat team who were selected by the fans as one of the top 10 greatest high school football teams in UIL history.

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