Jayhawk Conference Opens the Door for 25 Percent Capacity

Brock Kappelmann - February 1, 2021 5:53 pm

KJCCC) February 1, 2021 – The Presidents and athletic directors of the member schools of the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) met via Zoom call this afternoon, and made changes to the fan admission policy for conference events.  The key change was to allow fans up to 25% of the venue capacity beginning with the Feb. 6 games and events. Key points that were passed during the meeting include:

Beginning February 6, 2021 those KJCCC member may allow spectators to attend up to 25% capacity. This decision will be reviewed March 1, 2021, at which time the capacity limit may be increased, decreased, or remain steady.

All fans must wear masks for both indoor and outdoor venues.  There will be no concessions allowed.

KJCCC member institutions are not required to have an allotment of tickets available for visiting fans. Visiting fans may purchase tickets in accordance with the host schools attendance/ticketing policy.

There must be a minimum six-foot area marked off separating the teams and participants from the spectators. If schools can provide a larger buffer between fans and the playing surface they are encouraged to do so.


Latest Stories

Southwestern Heights Scholars Bowl Team takes 3rd at State

The Southwestern Heights Scholars Bowl team of Taylor Vermillion, Alexandra Arinaga, Audrey Ball, Owen Vajnar, Judith...

USDA Announces $131,619 Distance Learning and Telemedicine grant for 8 Kansas counties

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Acting State Director for Kansas Dan Fischer...

Area COVID-19 Numbers for February 24, 2021

The numbers released by the KDHE, Seward County Health Department, and surrounding Counties for Wednesday February...