St. Ignatius fans tumble onto team 

click to enlarge Roughly 5,000 St. Ignatius fans were seated in the temporary bleachers in AT&T Park on Saturday when some of the railings gave way and fans tumbled onto the team after they won their game against Sacred Heart. - JOSEPH SCHELL/SPECIAL TO THE EXAMINER
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  • Roughly 5,000 St. Ignatius fans were seated in the temporary bleachers in AT&T Park on Saturday when some of the railings gave way and fans tumbled onto the team after they won their game against Sacred Heart.

St. Ignatius fans fell over forwards for their team this weekend after the collapse of a railing at AT&T Park sent them tumbling onto the team, according to media reports.

Just moments after the Wildcats sealed their 21-14 victory over rival Sacred Heart, the team rushed the stands to celebrate with fans when the railing gave out, KTVU reports.

The San Francisco Fire Department reported only minor injuries from the incident and no one needed transport to the hospital.

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