Game Tickets

Ector County ISD Athletics Ticket Office – 802 N. Sam Houston.
  

Ticket Office Hours:

Wednesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – Noon

  
Pricing:
Advance Adult Tickets
$8.00 – Reserve Seats (Home side)
$8.00 – General Admission Seats (Visitors)

Advance Student Tickets
$3.00 – Student section

Game Day Purchase at Stadium
Ticket Office opens at 6:30pm
$10.00 – Adult Reserve Seat (Home side)
$10.00 – General Admission (Visitors)
$10.00 – Student Section Ticket
  

ECISD Athletics Office
Phone:   432-456-9059
Email:   tickets at ectorcountyisd.org

Ratliff Stadium – Odessa, Texas

Ratliff Stadium is one of the premier high school stadiums in the country. Built in 1982, the 17,931 seat stadium has been ranked as one of the Top 10 high school venues by USA Today, and was featured in the movie ‘Friday Night Lights’. In addition to football, the stadium plays host to soccer, the West Texas Relays, other track and field events, and marching band contests. The stadium has seen crowds of near 25,000 when standing room sections are made available.
  

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STADIUM SEATING
Home Team Band:
Home HS Students:
Home Spirit Group:
Home MS Section:
Home Elementary:
Visiting Band:
Visit Student Section:
Visit Spirit Group:
SECTION X [Lower Half]
SECTION X, Y [Upper Half]
SECTION Y [Lower Half]
SECTION B
SECTION H
SECTION T [Lower Half]
SECTION T, S [Upper Half]
SECTION S [Lower Half]
  
OHS vs PHS
Home Team Band:
Home HS Students:
Home Spirit Group:
Home MS Section:
Home Elementary:
Visiting Band:
Visit Students:
Visit Spirit Group:
SECTION C [Lower Half]
SECTION B, C [Upper Half]
SECTION B [Lower Half]
SECTION H [Upper Half]
SECTION H [Lower Half]
SECTION X [Lower Half]
SECTION X, Y [Upper Half]
SECTION Y [Lower Half]

Home Team enters Gate 8
Visit Team enters Gate 12

   
STADIUM POLICIES AND REGULATIONS

1. The Ratliff Stadium Complex shall not be used to advertise, promote, sell tickets, or collect funds for any purpose without prior approval of the Athletic Department.
2. Only authorized persons are permitted on or near the playing field; those in possession of a sideline pass, students in uniform and their sponsors. Spectators are not allowed on the playing field before during or after the game. No students or adults shall be permitted on the playing field prior to, during, or after the game except those in uniform, engaged in the game and half-time activities.
3. Only authorized persons; those in possession of a press box pass are permitted in the press box.
4. The elevator is for press box access only.
5. Air horns (any device that uses air to make a noise that would be a disruption to fellow spectators or to the athletes on the playing field), sirens and whistles are not permitted in the stadium.
6. No live mascots will be permitted.
7. No confetti will be permitted.
8. No balloons will be permitted.
9. Durable signs of a positive nature may be displayed at District football games with approval of the game administrator. No Paper signs.
10. Climbing or jumping over rails or walls is prohibited.
11. Portable seating and or furniture is prohibited.
12. Motorized vehicles are prohibited.
13. No food or drink is allowed; this applies to all support groups as well, no food may be brought into Ratliff Stadium. No sunflower seeds are allowed.
14. Ice chests other than those for the teams are prohibited.
15. Use of tobacco is prohibited.
16. Victory Bells and other large props should have placement approved by the stadium manager.
17. Props for support groups or band must not mark the track or the field some must rest on a protective base.
18. Dressing Rooms will be opened 2.5 hours prior to game time.
19. The half-time interval will be 28 minutes (UIL rule).
20. Bands and pep squads must divide the time equally for half-time performance time. Each band has 13 minutes to enter, perform, and leave the field. The clock will start as soon as the field is cleared of the football teams. The timer will not wait until the band is ready to begin. The time for the second band and drill team will begin as soon as the band steps on the field or automatically one minute after the first band leaves the field.  Band directors and drill teams will be warned if the maximum time limit is violated.
21. Visitors will be held responsible for any damages.

Game Itinerary

DATE OPPONENT STADIUM TIME
08/30 at DeSoto Eagle L 14-35
09/05 El Paso Franklin Ratliff 7:00
09/13 Southlake Carroll Ratliff 7:00
09/20 Palm Desert (CA) Ratliff 7:00
09/27 Los Fresnos Ratliff 7:00
10/11 at Odessa High* Ratliff 7:30
10/18 Amarillo Tascosa* Ratliff 7:30
10/25 at Midland High* Grande 7:30
11/01 at Frenship* Peoples 7:30
11/08 Midland Lee* Ratliff 7:30
  
*** STATE PLAYOFFS ***
11/15 Bi-District Playoff
11/22 Area Playoff
12/01 Regional Playoff
12/07 State Quarterfinal
12/14 State Semifinal
12/21 State Championship
  
KEY: District Game* / Home Game / Homecoming

School History

Permian came into existence over 50 years ago, as the third high school to Odessa. Located in the northern part of town, it was only a matter of time for the 250,000 square foot school to root into fertile soil. The beginning year saw Permian win three games, and in the second season of existence the Panther football program set the standard for winning with a record of 8-3-0. In just five years later, the Panthers won their first state championship in 1965. In 1966, the school district allowed the annexation of the Permian Field House, and the following year, the swimming pool was added. As the building was growing, the legend was taking root and spreading faster than the construction. It was also during this time, the infamous “MoJo” chant began.


Permian’s first undefeated regular season was in 1970, when they lost in the state finals to Austin Reagan for the second time in three years. The Class of 1971 will be remembered as the first class to successfully go through the full 12-year cycle since Permian’s beginning in the fall of 1959. It was in 1972 that Gil Bartosh was named Football Coach of the Year. He guided the Boys of Mojo to an undefeated district season. The year 1976… ‘MOJO’ had become so widespread that the Permian Seniors were to let it be known MOJO and Odessa Permian High School were one in the same. Their statement speaks loud to this day in the form of the big, bold Three-Foot Letters tacked across the front of the building, spelling the chant word… MOJO.