Updated: November 11, 2020


Calendar Subscription  |  Eligibility Requirements  |  Basketball  |  Stadium Admissions  |  PISD Stadium Rules |  Game-Day Photos  |  PE Uniforms  |  UIL Behavior Expectations of Spectators 


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Calendar subscription

Visit to subscribe to MMS’ upcoming games on your personal Outlook, Mac OS X Calendar, Google Calendar, or another calendar program.

New Stadium Rules

The new stadium bag policy information can be found in the attachment as well as with this link or here

ELIGIBILITY Requirements

To be eligible to participate in any sport, every athlete must have:

Stadium Admissions

Purchase your tickets at the gate for $4 for adults and $2 for students. 


If you drop your student off at one of the games please make sure they have a ride set to pick them up at the end of the game. STUDENTS THAT ARE NOT PICKED UP ON TIME MIGHT NOT BE ALLOWED TO COME BACK TO ANOTHER GAME.

Plano ISD Stadium rules

All spectators must comply with Plano ISD stadium rules. See also UIL expectations.

Game-day Photos from Murphy Messenger 

PE Uniforms

PE uniforms can be ordered at beginning today, July 1st. All PE students need to wear a grey shirt with their name on the back with blue shorts. For any questions about uniforms, please email Coach Slaton at
  • Online orders placed now thru 7/14 will be delivered to MMS the first day of school.
  • Online orders placed 7/17 thru 8/9 will be delivered to MMS the second week of school.
  • Online orders placed 8/12-8/23 will be delivered to the school the week of 9/9-9/13.  

UIL Behavior Expectations of Spectators

University Interscholastic League

  1. Remember that you are at the contest to support and yell for your team, and to enjoy the skill and competition not to intimidate or ridicule the other team or its fans.
  2. Remember that school athletics are a learning experience for students and that mistakes are sometimes made. Praise student-athletes in their attempt to improve themselves as students, as athletes, and as people, just as you would praise a student working in the classroom.
  3. A ticket is a privilege to observe the contest, not a license to verbally assault others or be generally obnoxious.
  4. Learn the rules of the game, so that you may understand and appreciate why certain situations take place.
  5. Show respect for the opposing players, coaches, spectators and support groups.
  6. Respect the integrity and judgement of game officials. Understand that they are doing their best to help promote the student-athlete,and admire their willingness to participate in full view of the public.
  7. Recognize and show appreciation for an outstanding play by either team.
  8. Refrain from the use of any controlled substances (alcohol, drugs, etc.) before, during, and after the game on or near the site of the event (i.e. tailgating).
  9. Use only cheers that support and uplift the teams involved.
  10. Be a positive role model at events through your own actions and by censuring those around you whose behavior is unbecoming.
  11. Parents and spectators should be aware that the school can (and should) remove them from the premises and can prohibit them from attending future contests due to undesirable behaviors.
  12. Game officials can ask that school administrators have unruly fans removed from a contest facility.
  13. There is no such thing as a “right” to attend interscholastic athletics. Interscholastic athletics are considered a “privilege” and the spectator who avails themselves of it is expected to conduct himself or herself accordingly.
  14. Keep in mind that you are a guest of the school, and that while winning is certainly an admirable goal, it is hollow if it comes at the expense of morals, ethics, and just plain common sense.
  15. The school is responsible for the behavior of their spectators. The school district can be and will be punished for actions of patrons in violation of UIL standards and rules.