Athletic Director Jim Roth recently unveiled plans for a new entry and walkway area for Tiger Stadium that will not only result in a major improvement to Tiger Stadium but also serve to highlight the history and success of Southern Columbia Area's Football program. The project is being funded entirely through donations and is spearheaded by the SCA Football/Cheer Boosters. Coach Roth, who is also Head Coach of the Tiger Football Team, said the goal is to have the new entry and walkway ready for the 2015 football season.

"We are asking for donations to raise funds to construct a new entrance to Tiger Stadium," stated Coach Roth. "This is a great opportunity to be a part of history by sponsoring a custom-engraved 8” x 8” brick paver on which your words will be carved forever at Tiger Stadium."

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Please consider sponsoring a brick paver: For your children, grandchildren, parents, grandparents or any special relative; To show your business or organization’s support; In memory of a loved one; To share a special quote or sentiment; In honor of academic, extracurricular, or athletic success.

Pictured above is the floor plan of the new entrance which will contain a display room showcasing memorable moments from Southern Columbia Area's prestigious football program. 

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