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Redmen Prepare to Head to Gillette, Take On Plymouth South in State Finals

The Redmen head to Gillette Stadium for the state finals after a 32-14 victory over Melrose in the MIAA Division 3 State semifinals

Tewksbury Redmen. Photo Credit: Patch File Photo.
Tewksbury Redmen. Photo Credit: Patch File Photo.

After a 32-14 victory over Melrose in the MIAA Division 3 State semifinals, the Tewksbury Redmen are heading to Gillette Stadium on Saturday, Dec. 7 to take on Plymouth South in the state finals.

Tewksbury will play at 6 p.m. in the second to last game of a day of high school football finals at Gillette

Tickets are $17 for adults and $14 for students and senior citizens. The ticket price includes parking, admission to all six MIAA state championship football games and a game day discount of $3 at The Hall at Patriot Place.

Tickets will be sold at the game and also through Ticketmaster.

Find out more about tickets for the big game here.

Fan buses will be provided by Tewksbury Memorial High School. The cost of a bus ride is $5 per person (adult/student/seniors), with tickets available at the TMHS Athletic Office, B312, through Friday.

Departure from TMHS on Saturday is at 3:30pm and the bus will leave Gillette Stadium approximately 1 hour after game conclusion.
Mary December 03, 2013 at 07:49 AM
Good luck to the Tewksbury Redmen on December 7, 2013 when they play against Plymouth South at Gillette Stadium! What an honor to play on the same field that our hometown Patriots play their games on. Have a great day, have lots of fun, but mostly let's win!!! GO TEAM!
Mike December 03, 2013 at 01:19 PM
Good Luck to the Redman…What a great season and absolutely great way to cap off the year. But does the MIAA really need to charge that much to get into the game. Family of 4 is $62 just to get into a high school football game. I love how they say it includes parking and you can see all the games. When was the last time you paid for parking at a high school game? Like I want to go watch other teams play!! Price is way out of line for these tough times and during the holiday season. I hope that someone in the MIAA or at the state level takes a second look at it if not for this year then for coming years.
Robert Gill December 03, 2013 at 02:41 PM
I agree Mike! Then add the $10 slice of pizza and $5 water etc. I wanted to see this as I grew up in Plymouth. I hope it is a great game!
Bee Free December 07, 2013 at 08:07 AM
just watch it on tv. the ticket price is out of line

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