Viper “Pink Out” helps in fight against breast cancer

Vandegrift athletic trainers pause for a photo after the Viper football win vs Vista Ridge on Friday.

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The Vandegrift community showed school spirit with a cause at the 2018 “Pink Out” on Friday night at VHS. The Vipers came up with the wins in both the varsity volleyball and football games versus Vista Ridge HS and stands were filled with enthusiastic fans wearing pink, the signature color of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Funds were raised for research by the American Cancer Society. Student fans in many organizations including volleyball, football, cheer, dance and athletic training all wore the signature pink color in support of the cause.

Photos by Erin Seitzler, Lynette Haaland

Vandegrift sophomores Olivia and Connor “Pink Out” on Friday.

Canyon Ridge and Four Points middle school students “Pink Out” on Friday.

The Vandegrift student section fans “Pink Out” on Friday at Ed W. Monroe Stadium.

Viper fans “Pink Out” on Friday at Ed W. Monroe Stadium.

Vandegrift students cheer on the varsity volleyball game on Friday night.