Next playoff game will be Indians’ last home football game; other news and notes

Seats for the Biloxi Indians’ second-round playoffs game, which will mark the team’s last home game of the year, go on sale this afternoon.

Tickets will be available at the athletics office at the stadium on the high school campus, and at the main office at Biloxi Junior High School.

Biloxi, which beat Hattisburg 31-6 Friday, will now host Petal on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Biloxi campus.

The general admission tickets are $7 each. Playoff games do not recognize season tickets, Big Red passes, or student or faculty IDs.

Winner of the Biloxi-Petal game will travel to play at the winner of the Brandon-Meridian game, which is also being played on Friday.

Said Athletic Director Tom Gladney: “We want everyone to help spread the word so we can have a great crowd on Friday night, especially since we know it will be the last home game of the year.”

See the bracket: To see a link for the Region 6A playoffs bracket on the MHSAA website, click here.

News and notes

City Council meeting: The Biloxi City Council meets this afternoon at Biloxi City Hall. To see the agenda and supporting documents for the 1:30 meeting,
click here.

Solar demo delayed: Dr. Harold Roberts, who had planned an informational session on solar panels this morning at the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor, has postponed the outdoor demonstration until Thursday morning at 9:30 to avoid inclement weather. The demonstration is free and open to the public.

Speaking engagements: Mayor A.J. Holloway will speak to another “Breakfast with the Mayor” audience on Wednesday at 8 a.m. in the cafeteria at Biloxi Regional Medical Center. The Biloxi Chamber event is free and open to the public.

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