Sunday, October 15, 2017

Youth Football Players Honor Breast Cancer Victims and Survivors During Sunday's Game

On Sunday, Youth Football players and cheerleaders from Frackville and Ashland honored those they've lost or survived breast cancer.

A common thing for athletes during the month of October is to wear something pink to recognize Breast Cancer Awareness, but on Sunday, the Frackville Mountaineers took it a step further.

Football players from the Frackville Mountaineer Mini A team, while playing their game against the Ashland Black Diamonds, wore the initials of someone they loved who either passed away or survived Breast Cancer.

Those honored were
 - Ann Barwicki
 - Susie Berezwick
 - Roseann Price
 - Kelly Zerbe
 - Tiffany Teter
 - Marilyn Leibig
 - Kathy Reber
 - Deb Cuff

Below are some other ways the teams wore pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

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