12/4/2013 11:46:00 PM T-Shirts for Coyle Home Opener
Coyle High School has a new place to call "home" and will be counting on its fans and supporters to provide some school spirit for the boys' and girls' basketball teams in the 2013-14 season.
A new gymnasium will serve as the host site for Coyle's basketball teams starting in December, and the crowds are expected to be full of spirit in support of the home team. Among their biggest supporters this season is the district's food service provider, Keystone Food Service, who is donating 500 t-shirts for the benefit of the school's basketball programs.
"As excited as we were to become a part of the Coyle family two years ago, we are even more excited about the opportunity to take an even more active role with the basketball teams this season," Brett Feeback, co-owner of Keystone Food Service, said. "The kids here are great, and we want to show our appreciation for the enthusiasm they have shown for the food we prepare for them each day."
Keystone, which began serving the district in 2011, focuses on providing freshly prepared breakfast and lunch options for the students it serves. The company has a licensed nutritionist on staff and years of experience working on school lunch programs.
"We get so excited when our kids are doing well in and out of the classroom and we wanted to be able to contribute to the school spirit," Keystone co-owner Josh Sanders said. "Knowing that students will be wearing t-shirts we provided will be a constant reminder that we are a part of something special."
The shirts were placed on each seat prior to the home opener against Mulhall- Orlando on Dec. 3.
The boys were the Class B runner-up last season with a 20-4 record that included a split against Mulhall- Orlando. The girls finished 14-9 last season and beat Mulhall-Orlando in their only game.