Oct 9, 2023
The Turk’s took a tough loss to the Kings Knight’s last Friday night (10/6) but that didn’t stop our student section and parents from cheering and wearing as much pink as possible to support Breast Cancer Awareness this month. Junior Cheer made a special appearance at the game, with the amazing opportunity to cheer alongside our cheerleade\rs. Having a youth cheer program is so special, it sets a foundation for kids to try a different sport they might enjoy. Imagine being a little kid and the people you look up to the most have a program that allows you to be alongside them at a big high school football game. The game itself was tough but the atmosphere and town showing up and supporting our team was a great experience to be a part of. Now, onto what some of the football players think, Kegan Aamold said” There was good support from our town, and I heard lots of people donated to breast cancer awareness”. Derek Feltner said, “Although it was a tough loss to a good team, we will bounce back, and it was nice to see the participation from the student section and fans”. Angel Cruz, another football player, adds “The student section was still loud and encouraging even when we were down and losing, so that was nice. In previous years we haven't had that”. Now, let's here from a student/sports med tech perspective. Here is Regina Jimenez “Cool to see them still giving them their best and keeping their head in the game despite the score. Seeing it from the sideline as a sports med tech too, they had a good mentality and didn’t use injuries as an excuse”. Our Turks move on to 4-2 for the season as they prepare for their next game away at Cedar Park Christian.
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