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TUCSON, ARIZONA – The Tucson Sugar Skulls are offering a buy-one-get-one-free ticket special to customers who order from the team’s restaurant partners through April.

Customers with a minimum order of $20 for take-out or delivery from participating restaurant partners between now and April 30 will receive a voucher to buy up to two tickets and get two free to either of the first two home games of the 2020 season. The Sugar Skulls season currently is postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“This is a very difficult time for everyone in our community and for businesses who are doing their best to serve us every day through this crisis,” said Sugar Skulls Owner Cathy Guy. “This is our way of encouraging our fans and the public as a whole to support the business community as we deal with the effects of COVID-19.”

Fans will be able to redeem the vouchers through the team’s online ticket seller, Ticketmaster, or take the voucher to the Sugar Skulls office at Kino Veteran’s Memorial Stadium, 2500 E. Ajo Way, and purchase tickets after dates for the first two home games are announced.

In statements by the league last weekend and by the Sugar Skulls on Monday, fans were informed the league expects to continue play in the 2020 season which began the weekend of March 7. The Sugar Skulls scheduled season opener on March 19 was postponed, and the home games of March 29 and April 11 were officially postponed on Monday.

Participating restaurants are those that have remained open and partnered with the Sugar Skulls during the 2019 and/or 2020 seasons. They are:

eegee’s Mama Louisa’s
El Charro Monsoon’s Tap & Grill
Empire Pizza Oregano’s
Fat Noodle Ramen House Planet Sub
Hooters Raising Cane’s
Jimmy’s Pita & Poke Romano’s Macaroni Grill
Kon Tiki Wilbur’s Grill (Viscount Suite Hotel)
These Dias Mgmt Inc McDonald’s locations:  
7202 E 22nd Street 170 W Continental Rd
4960 W Ajo Hwy 5870 E. Broadway
9075 E. Tanque Verde Rd. 9130 E. Valencia Rd
8800 E. Broadway 2130 West River Road
30 S. Houghton Rd. 13934 North Sandario Road
6105 E. Broadway Blvd 5455 E. Speedway
9490 E Golf Links 6651 E Tanque Verde Road

To Our Season Ticket Members, Partners and Fans,

On March 12, the Indoor Football League postponed the start of our 2020 season. While we have a strong desire to be as transparent as possible about our situation, we have previously delayed making any further statements in order to be accurate with the most up-to-date information. This is an unprecedented time and information is evolving daily.

We want our fans, partners and season ticket members to know the IFL and the Sugar Skulls absolutely have a plan to continue play in 2020. The postponement was a direct result of venue closures and for the protection of the public. Our foremost concern is the health and safety of our players, coaches, staff and fans.

Our first two home games scheduled for this Sunday, March 29, and April 11 are currently postponed. All tickets purchased for those two games will be honored once we have a schedule for postponed games.

There are many businesses that have been severely impacted by all the closures. Most of our coaches and players have chosen to remain in Tucson to work and serve in the community. We encourage everyone to do their part to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus and to support our local businesses as much as possible. We will update you as we have more information available. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to seeing you at The Boneyard in 2020.

Be safe,

Cathy Guy

As we head into the weekend and continue to practice responsible behavior in this difficult time, we ask you to support the businesses in Tucson who support the Sugar Skulls. They give to the community every day and it's our turn to give back. Thank you for your support.

TUCSON, ARIZONA – The Tucson Sugar Skulls have added a local player to the 2020 roster signing Edgar Poe, a football and track star from Cienega High School in Vail.

Poe, 6-foot-5, 208 pounds, appeared in 37 games in a four-year career at the U.S. Military Academy West Point. He caught 43 passes for 982 yards and 11 touchdowns.

He earned three letters in football and four in track at Cienega High School and was voted to the All-Region football team during his senior year. He graduated in 2013.

Poe has two years of professional indoor football experience in the National Arena League where he played for the Maine Mammoths and the New York Streets.

Also joining the Sugar Skulls is Marvin Hart Jr., a 5’11, 182-pound defensive back from Stony Brook University in New York. Hart played in 25 games over three seasons at Stony Brook and recorded 43 tackles and four interceptions. He also returned kicks for the Seawolves.

Hart played his high school football at Lake Minneola High School in Minneola, Florida.

The Sugar Skulls now have 34 players signed for training camp. Players report to camp on March 3 and begin practice March 5 in preparation for the season opener on March 19 at the Cedar Rapids River Kings.

An open tryout for additional roster spots is set for Saturday, February 29, at Salpointe Catholic High School, 1545 E. Copper St. Registration is at 8 a.m. and the tryout will begin promptly at 9 a.m. The cost is $80 per player. Cash and money orders are the only acceptable forms of payment. All players intending to try out must register and sign a waiver to participate. The general public is invited to attend.

The Sugar Skulls will play seven regular-season home games at the Tucson Arena with the home opener on March 29 against the Duke City Gladiators. The regular season will go through June 27. The IFL playoffs will begin in early July.

Season tickets for the 2020 season are currently on sale to the general public with reduced prices from the 2019 season in several sections of the arena. Season ticket information is on the Sugar Skulls website at www.tucsonsugarskulls.com. Information also is available by calling the team office at (520) 573-3000. Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Single-game tickets go on sale on March 2.

The current 2020 roster is below:

Name Pos Ht Wt College
Brandon Bailey DB 6’1 185 Savannah State
Ryan Balentine WR 6'1 180 Southern Mississippi
Johnathan Banks QB 6'2 220 Tulane University
Linwood Banks DL 6’1 290 Grambling State
Adolphus Barnes OL 6'4 285 Eastern Illinois
Jermaine Berry WR 6'1 205 East Central University
Daniel Bowen PK 6'0 210 St. Bonaventure
Kordell Brewster OL 6'2 270 UL-Lafayette
BJ Butler DL 6’4 300 Louisville
Cory Butler DB/WR 5'9 180 Utah
Cam Gaddis DB 6'1 195 Pima Community College
Jajuan Harley DB 6'2 215 Middle Tennessee State
Jeremiah Harris WR 5'8 155 Webber International
Marvin Hart Jr. DB 5'11 182 Stony Brook University
Marquise Irvin WR 6’3 216 Mercer University
Randall Jackson-Clemons OL 6’4 301 Georgetown College
Mike Jones RB 5'11 210 Bethune-Cookman
TreQuan King RB 5'11 190 Texas Tech
DJ Loving OL 6’3 306 Grand View University
Tevin Madison DB 5’10 180 Texas Tech
Chris Martin DL 6’5 265 Florida
Kyle Martin DB 5’9 190 Arkansas State
Johnny McCrary QB 6'4 210 Vanderbilt 
Reggie McGee DL 6’1 240 Ball State
Warren Messer LB 5'11 227 Elon University
Robert Metz DL 6'4 240 Dixie State
Michael Minter Jr. DB 6,0 175 Middle Tennessee State
Daquan Neal QB 6'2 215 Elizabeth City State
Edgar Poe WR 6'5 208 U.S. Military Academy West Point
Koree Reed WR 6'0 185 Hartwick College
Antonio Rosales OL 6'4 300 San Diego State
Jeremy Schonbrunner OL 6’3 310 Temple University
Ryan Wood DB 6’1 200 Chadron State
Khalil Young DL 6’5 240 Mississippi Valley State


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