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Future Tiger Night set for Butler game

Photo by Jana Bollinger

Kentucky Wildcat Spencery Foy signed an autograph for a fan in 2013 | Photo by Jana Bollinger

Future Tiger Night is always a great night at Br. Thomas More Stadium and this year’s festivities will take place on Friday, October 23, new Director of Admissions Curt White announced. The stands will be filled with hundreds of Future Tigers on what will be a big night for the Tiger Football team against now district opponent, Butler. The game is scheduled for 7:30 PM and we’ll pass along activities and gate opening times as we get closer to the game. It will be the second to last home game for the Tigers with only the matchup against Cincinnati St. Xavier following that before the playoffs begin. Remember, this year there are only 4 home games, so make sure to get out to Br. Thomas More Stadium on each of those Fridays.

Tiger Football to host Future Tiger Night Friday vs. Fairdale

Spencer Foy signs a shirt for a lucky fan during last year's Future Tiger Night | Photo by Jana Bollinger

Spencer Foy signs a shirt for a lucky fan during last year’s Future Tiger Night | Photo by Jana Bollinger

Saint Xavier High School will host Future Tiger Night this Friday at Tiger Football’s game against Fairdale. St. X welcomes all prospective students of all grades to attend tomorrow night’s game. The first 300 students to register at the hospitality tent will receive a free commemorative t-shirt. All prospective students are encouraged to stop by and pick up a free hot dog and drink coupon at the tent, too.  On top of all that, if you are one of the first 50 eighth grade boys there, you will get a free St. X sweatshirt! Doesn’t get any better than that!  But wait there’s more… door prizes will be drawn to prospective students with a chance of winning a nike dry fit St. X t-shirt.

Before the game, the prospective students will be allowed on to the field to form a line welcoming the Tiger Football team to the sideline.  After the game, all the Future Tigers will be allowed on to the field once again to get autographs from their favorite Tiger Football players.  Prospective students will receive a free poster to get autographs on.

“It’s a really good way to see our school spirit,” said Director of Admissions Kevin Woodward. “With it being senior night as well, it will be a great chance for prospective students to see how we treat our seniors and classmates.”