Fans bring Red Rage to ‘Pink Out’ game

Tyler Yakimisky and Madison Parola

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On Oct. 19, the football team took center stage against the Warren Blue Devils in what would be its final football game of the 2018 season. The game also served as Senior Night for the athletes playing their last game in Mustang gear, and the halftime show included a fireworks display, which originally was meant for the Homecoming game but had to be cancelled because of the bad weather.

Spectators attended the game wearing pink for the “Pink Out” theme designated for the student fan section. The Red Rage Leaders chose this theme in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month and to show support for the millions affected by Breast Cancer.

Cheerful Chants: Sophomores Ava Rundall and Madeline Burchill join the cheer team in showing school pride by wearing pink headgear, which had the word ‘Cheer’ glittered on it. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so many of the school’s teams wear pink in honor of the month’s focus.
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