Get Your Tickets Before They're Gone!
Hey all you Ram fans, time to get your tickets for the Holy War as Central Catholic takes on Jesuit this Friday at Hillsboro Stadium. Central Catholic students will be admitted free to the game WITH your student ID (without your picture ID, you will have to buy a ticket at the gate). Please let your family know we will be selling tickets for $6.00 per adult and $4.00 for students 5 and older.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday morning in the main office and will be on sale until Friday at lunch. There are limited seats, so get your tickets early to guarantee a seat at this epic battle on the football field.
Read about Friday's events:
Portland, Oregon (September 14, 2012) – Central Catholic High School is partnering with cross-town rivals Jesuit High School to honor local fallen soldiers at this Friday’s varsity football game.
Friday’s game at Hillsboro Stadium will begin at 7:00 P.M. with a ceremony that includes a US Army color guard, and a helmet decal exchange between 25 Central Catholic seniors and 25 soldiers from the Portland area. The soldiers will be joining Central Catholic’s team for a pre-game dinner and will be outside the stadium before the game with a US Army Hummer, a rock wall, games, and more.
Central Catholic will be collecting money between the first and second quarter to benefit the Pacific Northwest Gold Star Children’s Scholarship, which is a 501(c)(3) organization whose goal is to provide educational resources to children of fallen soldiers. Currently, there are 11 children in the Oregon and Southwest Washington area who have lost parents in recent conflicts. Twenty-three of the 25 soldiers participating in this week’s events have had combat experience.
“We are happy to be working with Jesuit to raise awareness and funds for the Pacific Northwest Gold Star Children’s Scholarship, and to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. We are truly grateful to all our military personnel, and this is a great way to get the kids involved in thanking them for their service,” said Central Catholic’s Head Football Coach Steve Pyne.