Dons raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness at Varsity game

Anaita Mistry and Renna Popli

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  • The Amador Valley football team played Monte Vista on October 8, and as a tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dons and fans came “pinked out” in support.

  • Amador Valley “pinked out” during school as well, so that students could also participate in raising awareness for breast cancer Friday.

  • The color guard stands tall as they perform for pre-game, dressed for the football half time show.

  • Two members of the Don Squad, Ryan Lau (’22) and Grant Magnano (’22) pose for a picture, clad in pink.

  • Skylar Ohn (’23) gets ready to begin the marching band performance during the half time show entitled “The Light of The Moon”

  • Nicole Belleville (’23), all pinked-out, cheers on the varsity football team during the game

  • The cheerleaders wowed the crowd with their routine during halftime.

  • Cheerleaders love to hype up the crowd with their special pink-out pom poms.

  • Ryan Lau (’22) preparing to shoot a t-shirt into an excited crowd.

  • The Don Squad taking a page from the cheerleaders’ book to get the crowd roaring.