The Van Meter Bulldogs (11-0) will take on the West Lyon Wildcats (11-0) this Saturday, November 11th at 1:06 PM in Cedar Falls at the UNI-Dome.
(Information for tickets and media coverage are included below.)
Van Meter qualified for the playoffs as the champions of Class 1A District #6. The Bulldogs advanced to the Semifinals with a 24-6 win over Belmond-Klemme in the 1st Round and a 27-6 victory at Denver in the Quarterfinals.
West Lyon qualified for the playoffs as the champions of Class 1A District #1. The Wildcats advanced to the Semifinals with a 35-0 win over IKM-Manning in the 1st Round and a 42-3 win over Western Christian (Hull) in the Quarterfinals.
Come on out and support your Bulldogs!
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Tickets may be purchased in advance in the Secondary Office at the school during the school day this week. All tickets are $10.
You may also purchase tickets on-line if you would like.
The following is the information for online orders:
Tickets are available for purchase on-line through the UNI-Dome. There is a special promotion code for your fans to use to purchase tickets. We encourage your fans to purchase tickets on-line or in advance through the school to avoid waiting in line at the UNI-Dome to purchase your ticket. There is no service charge for your fans to purchase tickets on-line if they use the special promotion code.
Here is the link: https://unitix.uni.edu/
- Click on “Buy Tickets”
- Click on “Presales/Promotions”
- Enter promo code: VMBulldogs
- Complete the purchase and print your tickets at home.
Football Media Coverage
From the Iowa High School Athletic Association:
Congratulations to your football team, school, and community on securing a berth in this week’s Iowa high school football semifinals at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls. The Iowa High School Athletic Association and its title sponsor, the Iowa Farm Bureau, are committed to providing the best experience possible for state tournament participants. This week, that effort includes broadcasting all 12 semi-final games live for TV and Internet audiences.
The Iowa High School Sports Network (IHSSN) holds the broadcast rights for several IHSAA championship events, including football semifinals and finals, and offers various viewing platforms for each game. NBC Sports Chicago (NBCSCH) is the network with which the IHSSN has contracted, and it is available on several regional subscription packages. Its alternate station NBCSCH+ will carry evening semifinals, as well.
To make these options easy to understand, we’ve outlined ways to watch these games on NBCSCH and NBCSCH+ below:
DirecTV: Channel 665 or 665-1
DISH Network: Channel 429
Check your channel listings for NBCSCH
Contact your local cable provider to see if NBCSCH is part of your package
Subscribe to Sling, an app and online streaming service
NBCSCH is available on Sling’s Blue package, which is $25 per month (No contract required)
Note: Sling offers 7 days free for new subscribers at www.sling.com
Fans from outside the IHSSN viewing area can check:
NBCSCH is available on the following platforms: Playstation Vue, FuboTV, Hulu, CenturyLink Stream, DirecTV Now, Layer3, and YouTube TV.
Tentative Live Semifinal Listings
Thursday, Nov. 9: Eight-Player on NBCSCH; Class 3A on NBCSCH+
Friday, Nov. 10: Class A on NBCSCH; Class 4A on NBCSCH+
Saturday, Nov. 11: Class 1A on NBCSCH; Class 2A on NBCSCH+
For more information on these viewing options, check www.ihssn.com
Tickets for the Iowa high school football semifinals and finals are $10.
Schedules, playoff brackets, and scores are available any time at www.iahsaa.org.
— IHSAA (@IHSAA) November 6, 2017