PREP PLAYOFFS: Online tickets only for PA, Sequim bidistrict games

PORT ANGELES — Cash will not be taken for tonight’s Port Angeles and Sequim boys playoff basketball games and Wednesday’s girls playoff games.

The Port Angeles boys play Sammamish at 5 p.m. today in the bidistrict tournament opener. The Port Angeles girls play Foster at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Sequim plays Evergreen at 6 p.m. tonight while the Sequim girls play Enumclaw at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

All ticket purchases must be made online via GoFan, the official ticketing agent for all WIAA and West Central District 3 tournaments. While assistance with ticket purchases will be available at the door, please be advised that only credit card transactions will be accepted; cash will not be taken for ticket purchases.

People are advised to purchase tickets in advance to expedite entry and avoid queues. Additionally, for parents buying tickets on behalf of their children, please ensure the ticket is shared directly with the child, as screenshots of tickets cannot be accepted.

For added convenience, attendees can utilize the QR code provided to have tickets seamlessly delivered to their mobile devices. Remember, your phone serves as your ticket.

Tickets for the tonight’s boys’ game are available at with tickets for the girls’ game on Wednesday set to be released soon.

For tickets to the Port Angeles-Sammamish game, go here:

For tickets to the Sequim-Evergreen game, go here:

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