Holy Cross, Dutchtown moved to Kirsch-Rooney this afternoon
With Brother Martin and Vandebilt Catholic postponing their game previously scheduled for this afternoon at 4 p.m. at Kirsch-Rooney Stadium, Holy Cross has now moved its game this afternoon with Dutchtown from Maestri Field to Kirsch-Rooney Stadium.
The game will begin at 5 p.m.
The Tigers (7-4-1) are hot, having swept all three games in the Mike Robertson Memorial Tournament this past weekend, including a huge 5-3 win over defending Division I state champion John Curtis Christian. Their tie came against defending 5A state champion Central.
The Griffins (9-6) split four games in the Jay Patterson Shootout at Gonzales this past weekend, scoring big wins over powerful Sulphur and Northshore.
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