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MHS To Debut New Arena at Basketball Season Home Opener – Presented by Pizza Inn

Muskogee High School Basketball will face Broken Arrow for the season home opener this Friday, January 13 at the new arena at Rougher Village. 

The debut of the new facility will include boys and girls junior varsity and varsity games, along with a soft opening of the new Rougher Spirit Store. The store will be open from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. with a limited selection of merchandise. The store is planned to officially open on Monday, Feb. 6. 

4 p.m. – JV Girls

5 p.m. – JV Boys

6:30 p.m. – Varsity Girls

8 p.m. – Varsity Boys

The following are frequently asked questions and additional information on how to arrive, enjoy the game, and return home safely. 

Who can attend the game? How much does it cost?

Muskogee High School basketball games are open to the public. Reserved tickets are $10.00, general admission tickets are $7.00. Student and senior citizen tickets are $5.00. Students in the 8th grade and younger must be accompanied by an adult. 

Ticket Sales, Concessions, and Reentry.

Ticket sales will take place in the lobby of the arena on the day of the event. Tickets and concessions are a cash-only purchase. Exiting and re-entering the building with the same ticket is not permitted. Readmittance to the arena is not permitted after exiting.

Where can I park? How do I enter the arena?

Parking will be available in front of Rougher Village and throughout the high school campus. The main entry at the front of the arena is the only entry location. A map of available parking is available online at

Rougher Village, the home of the new arena is located on the Muskogee High School campus at 3200 E Shawnee Rd. 

For more information, contact the Muskogee Athletic Office at 918-684-3700 ext 1764.

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