Marist High School’s boys soccer program will face Br. Rice on Satruday, September 8, at 2pm in Red & White Stadium.
While both teams look forward to competing for the Pulaski Cup, players and coaches are focused on honoring fallen first responders on the eve of the 17th anniversary of the attacks on 9-11, in which more than 3,000 victims died.
At the game, all military and first responders in attendance will be honored. Other plans are in the works to make the game a special event that is both dignified and fun.
“This is a great way for our team to give back to the members of the community to do so much for all of us,” explained Marist’s head coach Sean Maxwell. “It also reminds our students that as great as competing is, community holds even more importance.”