Division Avenue High School in Levittown School District held its first Pink Out football game on Oct. 28 against Valley Stream North. Many groups and organizations came together to sell pink merchandise, treats and basket raffles to help raise $3,000 and additional awareness for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The night was especially exciting because it was the final regular season football game played under the lights. The varsity cheerleaders were joined by the Dragon Cheerleaders in Training, which is comprised of children from the community who had participated in a clinic given by the team. Although the football team lost in a hard fought effort, there was plenty to celebrate including the hardworking and talented seniors, who were honored after the game. Each senior was given a flower and they, in turn, presented that flower to someone important in their lives.
The Levittown School District would like to recognize and thank seniors Jesse Brennan, Shawn Collins, Bryan Corporan, Behi Dessouky, James Giovanakis, George Hafner, Luke Hall, Zach Honig, Vincent Inciarrano, Felipe Isaacs, Joey Leoce, James Margaria, Hunter Nuzzi, Drew O’Mara, Sean O’Regan, Kevin Ojeda, Brandon Rohman, Joseph Romano, Chris Vecchio and Mike Zerella for a great football season.
Photo Caption: Division Avenue High School held a Pink Out football game to benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Photo courtesy of the Levittown School District