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PHOTO: Sharks Football Raising Cancer Awareness

Players wearing pink socks in support of breast cancer awareness.

In support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the 280 players in the Long island Sound Sharks youth football league will wear pink socks in every game in October to support this cause and help raise awareness to this life threatening disease.

"Breast cancer is touching too many lives, including two of our own Shark Football Moms, Jennifer Trypaluk and Barbara Bardak," a statement by the Sharks' Board read. "The LISS Board of Directors are proud to support this cause and proud of their youth football players for taking part locally in this national awareness month."

Bob LoNigro October 14, 2012 at 09:44 PM
Rich: A great photo of a great group of boys representing a great sharks program. The two ladies shown in the photo, Jennifer Trypaluk and Barbara Bardak, truly represent the best our community has to offer as not just moms but woman who are examples of strength and courage. Nice to see the patch continuing to support and recognize the need for breast cancer awareness. May god continue to bless these two great ladies and the sharks program for their support.

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