Standish-Sterling players, fans, don pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Sherry Barnum
A banner with a pink ribbon hangs on the Standish-Sterling football stadium press box.
Tim Barnum
SSC junior Jonah Hinkley shows his support for his brother, Michael Hinkley, number 75 on the football team, while also showing his support for Breast Cancer Awareness by painting his body pink.
Sherry Barnum
All of the players on the SSC football team wore pink socks in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Tim Barnum
The Standish-Sterling dance team performs in pink shirts at halftime.


The Standish-Sterling Central football stadium was pink for Breast Cancer Awareness month. Players on the football team wore pink socks, and the team's coaches wore sweatshirts embroidered with pink ribbons. The SSC Dance Team performed wearing pink shirts, and even fans got in on the cause, wearing pink clothing.


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