SBLive Washington podcast: Who decides who gets to attend high school football games? Tim Thomsen breaks it down.

High school football is underway across the state of Washington, but attendance is limited to 200 people total — including players, referees and personnel. So who gets in? How is that decided? And will the attendance cap increase? On this week’s episode of the SBLive Washington podcast, Sumner-Bonney Lake School District athletic director and WIAA executive board president Tim Thomsen joins (16:21 mark) to answer those questions, and give a peek behind the curtain into how those decisions are made.

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