Tough times are hitting the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association. The economic downturn has forced the NIAA to raise ticket prices for regional and state competitions starting in the 2013-14 school year, according to Assistant Director Donnie Nelson. Adult prices will rise $3 and seniors, who have been admitted for free, must pay $3. Children 8 and under are free and student prices remain the same. Nelson said the NIAA, which is the legislative body for Nevada high school sports, made the decision at last week’s Board of Control meeting in Reno. In addition, the NIAA has lost money in eight …
NIAA raises prices, sponsor on hold
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