After handily beating Mary Persons in the semifinals, the next stop for Blessed Trinity Catholic High School’s football team is the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
The Titans will play at the home of the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. against Marist High School. The winner will be crowned state champions of Georgia’s Class AAAA.
Tickets for the game are $22 per person and can be purchased at the gate or before.
Blessed Trinity will sell tickets at its “Titan Spirit Zone” beginning on Tuesday, from 7:30 a.m. through half time of the school’s varsity boys’ basketball game that night. The school will also sell tickets to students throughout the week.
Tickets should be available on Ticketmaster too but were unavailable on Monday afternoon.
Fans can enter the stadium through gates one and two beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday. Two other games will precede the Blessed Trinity-Marist matchup. Stadium officials will enforce the clear bag policy, and no bag valets will be available for the game.
No alcohol will be sold at these games, and only the 100 level concourse will be open.
For parking, Blessed Trinity has been assigned the gold parking deck and the blue and yellow parking lots. No tailgating is allowed in the parking deck. Parking passes are $20 cash on the day of the game, or can be bought for $17.50 online.
Blessed Trinity will go into the game with a 12-2 record and a five-game winning streak. Last week, against Mary Persons, its defense allowed just seven points and tallied five sacks. On offense, the team is led by sophomore back Elijah Green, quarterback Jake Smith and junior back Steele Chambers, who holds offers from Clemson, Ohio State, UCF, Michigan and more.
The Class AAAA championship game will be a rematch, as Marist beat Blessed Trinity 25-24 on Oct. 20 during the regular season.
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