Last Friday night, Fresno Christian football hosts Alpaugh, Oct. 25. The theme for the night was ‘Pink Out’ in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
To gain support from the student body, the leadership team sells pink shirts, each sold for $10. The money raised from the shirt sales directly supports Tristin Graham. A total of 60 ‘Pink Out’ shirts were sold for the game.
Graham is the son of a 2009 Fresno Christian alumnus. He was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Graham is currently receiving treatment from Valley Children’s Hospital.
During the game, over 100 cheerleaders, K-12 cheer on the Fresno Christian football team. Throughout the week, varsity cheerleaders teach elementary girls dances, a cheer and stunts. The cheer clinic costed $45 for the week. The money raised through the clinic benefits the varsity cheer team’s competition fee.
At the end of the night, the Eagles defeated the Buffaloes, 67-8.
Come support the team tomorrow night, for senior night against Orcutt, 7 p.m. Come dressed in your American attire!@thefeather, Instagram @thefeatheronline and Facebook @thefeatheronline.
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