Friday night’s Riverview homecoming game was not only about school spirit but served as the school’s salute to breast-cancer awareness. Students in the crowd wore pink, and the cheerleaders used pink pom-poms in honor of breast-cancer awareness month. All the Riverview football players wore pink socks. Some even had the breast-cancer ribbon design on them.
Also, more than 60 Kiltie Band members performed at the Riverview homecoming game. The Kiltie alumni performed four songs during pre-game and during the half-time show.
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