We know you slave over your homework, cram for tests, and basically sacrifice so much of your time to advancing your studies that you don’t have time to go out and earn a ton of money. That’s why, high school and college students, we’re inviting you to enjoy a Condors game on Wednesday, Mar. 13 for just a buck.
Yes, that’s correct. ONE DOLLAR. One dollar will get you a ticket to an exciting, thrilling, stupendous, monumentous night with the Condors as they host the Utah Grizzlies. And we’re not even talking about an upper level seat. We’re talking lower level. We’re talking about the GOOD seats. We’re talking about the “hey, I’ve got cash” seats. All for just $1 (plus the arena ticket charge, of course, which is actually an extra $1). Just show your student ID at the box office.
Game Preview: Bakersfield vs. Utah
Promotion: Blood Drive Night – donate blood at Houchin and get in for just $1. High School/College ID Night – show your student ID at the box office at get a lower level ticket for $1
Radio: Fox Sports Radio 970 AM, iheartradio app, www.foxsports970am.com/
Webcast: America One, www.americaonesports.com
The Bakersfield Condors play game three of a four-game homestand tonight with their third meeting of the season against the Utah Grizzlies. It the first of a three game week for the Condors, who play Utah at home on Friday before heading to Stockton on Sunday afternoon.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Bakersfield split a two-game set wth the Ontario Reign over the weekend, winning the first by a 4-2 margin before being shutout, 1-0 on Saturday night. The Condors received two goals from C Jacob Lagace in Friday’s win and C Tyler Maxwell picked up his first professional fighting major on Saturday. G Scott Greenham started both games and took a hard-luck loss on Saturday, making 44 saves.
Bakersfield’s loss to Ontario proved costly as San Francisco was able to win on Sunday and gained two points in the ECHL Western Conference playoff race. The Condors sit eight points back of the Bulls with eight games remaining in the regular season. Bakersfield will host five of their final eight games on home ice. San Francisco is on the road tonight in Stockton and then hosts Utah on Saturday and Sunday at home.
G Scott Greenham has made 40 or more saves on six occasions this season, including Saturday night. He is fifth in the ECHL with 1,059 saves while his teammate G Brian Stewart is 3rd with 1,174… RW Scott Freeman has eight game-winning goals in his Condors career which is tied for eighth in team history. All four of his goals this season have been game-winners… D Erik Burgdoerfer is seven games shy of 200 for his Condors career. Only four other Condors defensemen (Glen Mears, Scott Balan, Quinn Fair, Kevin Truelson) have accomplished that milestone… The Condors haven’t been shut out 1-0 on home ice since 2004.
WHAT’S FOR DINNER?
CLUB ROOM: Past bar (assorted pastas), alfredo, marinara, meat balls, italian/polish sausage, zucchini, salad, garlic bread
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