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Verona-Caldwell Game Security Rules


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The Verona-Caldwell game is always a big one for both towns. (File photo: Robert J. Thomas)

Verona plays James Caldwell High School tomorrow, and the Verona Athletics Department has issued a statement about the security rules that will be in force at the game:

On Friday, October 1, 2021, Verona High School will host James Caldwell High School at 7:00 PM in a New Jersey Super Football Conference matchup. For security reasons, we ask that fans of both teams adhere to the following procedures:

No bottles of any kind will be allowed inside the stadium. Before entering, please dispose of all bottles in the receptacles located around the outside of the stadium. Refreshments will be available for purchase at our snack stand.

Please bring ONLY essential items into the stadium. We encourage our guests to carry as little as possible into the stadium.

No bags or backpacks will be allowed inside the stadium. Please leave bags and backpacks at home or in your vehicle.

We do expect a larger than usual crowd at our game. Please arrive early if you would like to park in the parking lot located across from Sellitto Field. Overflow parking is available on the streets surrounding Verona High School. Please note that once the parking lot is full, no one will be allowed up Sampson Drive.

NJSIAA Sportsmanship: Attendance at football games is an exciting time for all those involved. As a spectator, your role at our games, both home and away, require that all Verona Board of Education and NJSIAA rules and regulations are followed. The NJSIAA Sportsmanship policy is located at the following link: NJSIAA Sportsmanship PSA

Thank you in advance for your cooperation as we work to ensure a safe environment for all community members.

Verona Athletics Department

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