Why Section R makes Central Catholic dangerous

Why Section R makes Central Catholic dangerous

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Why Section R makes Central Catholic dangerous

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The Central Catholic Buttons have played on the road quite a bit to start the season. Four games to be exact. In total the Buttons are 3-2 over that five-game stretch.

Now the Buttons will get some home cooking after their bye week. It begins with a homecoming game on Friday, Oct. 10 against the St. Anthony Yellowjackets (1-4). More importantly, it kicks off their slate of conference games, with three of five games played at home.

Which means that Section R will be out in full force.

The CCHS Student Booster Club, designated as Section R, is known for its dedication and exuberance of support toward the Buttons. Considered a top cheering section in San Antonio, what makes them special is there adherence to a set of rules/guidelines not to be taken lightly, according to their Section R Rules:

  • Stand for the entire game
  • Cheer at all times, and cheer loud
  • Stay Classy
  • Safety first
  • Dress in theme
  • Stay focused

With these rules in place, it’s no wonder the Buttons won handily over the Devine Warhorses, 35-12, in mid-September at Bob Benson Stadium.

Want to see what the Buttons did in that game? Watch their highlights, courtesy of Jacob Galindo:

While each school’s cheering section has its own unique customs, the students at Central Catholic try to set a standard any can follow.

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Fan Photo courtesy of Mark Ruiz

Fan Photo courtesy of Mark Ruiz

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