Holy Name to hold Sprite Night tonight

ESCANABA- The community is invited to Holy Name Catholic School’s ‘Sprite Night’ on Monday, Nov. 13, at the Holy Name Catholic School Gymnasium during halftime of the HNCS eighth grade basketball game.

Two fans will be picked in a random drawing to attempt to make a half-court shot during halftime of the Monday night at 7 p.m. at the basketball game between the Holy Name Crusaders and the Bark River-Harris Broncos. The fans will automatically receive a t-shirt and a free case of Sprite cans.

If the basketball shooter makes the half-court shot, he or she will win Sprite for a year (one can of Sprite per day or 16 24-pack cases of Sprite cans) to be redeemed at Bink’s Coca-Cola in Escanaba (or a delivery can be arranged to Holy Name School).

“Sprite Night is a great way to bring extra energy to our already awesome basketball game environment,” said Tony Derkos, Holy Name athletic director.

“It is very special that Bink’s Coca-Cola helps Holy Name with fun events like this one.”

Also, as part of the event, two free cases of Sprite (20-ounce bottles) will be given to the basketball players, cheerleaders, referees, scoring table staff, radio staff and fans to enjoy.

Holy Name would like to thank Bink’s Coca-Cola Bottling Co. for donating the Sprite soda, t-shirts and delivery of the soda to the school for Sprite Night.

Holy Name Catholic School offers basketball and sideline cheerleading for students in sixth through eighth grades. For more information on registering your child at Holy Name Catholic School or Holy Name High School–A Chesterton Academy, call the school office at (906) 786-7550, or visit holynamecrusaders.com.


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