Rotary Cup Friday night - game of the week, barbeque, after-party for teens

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Ok readers - all that clicking did the trick. Shorecrest / Shorewood will be the KING 5 News Big Game of the Week. Live reports will begin at 4:45pm Friday from Shoreline Stadium. The Game of the Week features on-site pre and post-game coverage.

The game will be televised live on the Shoreline Education Access channel 26 (Comcast) or 36 (Frontier) and streamed live on the Web on US Education TV with Frank Workman calling the action. The game is produced by the Live Video Club comprised of students from both high schools.

The annual Rotary Cup football game between Shorecrest and Shorewood will kick off at 7pm Friday, Sept. 26 at Shoreline Stadium on the Shoreline Center campus, NE 185th St and 1st NE.

What's the opposite of sticker-shock?  High school football tickets only cost $6 for adults; $3 for students and seniors (62+). A family of four gets in for $18. You can't even park your car downtown for $18.

A capacity crowd is expected at Shoreline Stadium, so fans are encouraged to arrive early to find parking and enjoy the pregame barbecue sponsored by the Shorewood Boosters starting at 5:30pm. 
Save room for the concession stands -- Best Popcorn In WESCO. Still a bargain at only $1.

Here's a tip: Bring seat cushions or blankets to sit on. The metal bleachers can be unforgiving.

You are asked to watch where you park and avoid neighbors' driveway and designated no-parking areas but don't be afraid to park on side streets. Just remember that drivers will not be expecting pedestrians on the streets themselves!

This is the annual Spirit Night at the stadium, with a commemorative photo of the stands to be taken at halftime

This is the 36th meeting in the series between Shorecrest and Shorewood, with the Scots leading the series 24 to 11.

Parents: if you are not attending the game, but are picking up some kids afterwards .... do yourself a favor. Arrange a pick-up location that is OFF the property, rather than try to swim upstream, coming into a jam-packed parking lot full of cars trying to leave. If you can trust your kids to be by themselves at the game, it figures they can be trusted to cross the street and meet you a block away from the stadium. You'll save 30 minutes off the task.

Or let them go to the chaperoned party and pick them up later. The City of Shoreline Teen Program is hosting a party for high school students, complete with refreshments and DJ after the game from 9 to midnight in the Spartan Gym adjacent to the stadium. Admission is free. 

Updated 12:21am


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