Photo Gallery: Relay for Life 2019

Kelsey Carroll, Section Editor

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Relay for Life, a fundraising event for the American Cancer Society, took place on the track on Friday, April 26 from 6 p.m.–midnight. Participants could take part in various activities including an obstacle course, hamster ball races, a craft table and a pancake bar. The survivors’ lap allowed cancer survivors in the area to be recognized at the event, later followed by the Luminaria lap recognizing those who have passed. During the event, at least one member from each team walked the track at all times. According to the event’s website, the school’s 2019 relay raised $11,331.34.

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  • Junior Emily Lawler and her team sit on the field while hamster races take place near them.

  • Swim team members juniors Ryan Kaudaissy and Jackie Carroll, freshmen Alyssa Lane and Amber Lui and senior captain Alex Burns make beaded bracelets with personalized messages as a team. Beads and string were courtesy of Burns.

  • Sophomores Abigail Goudeau, Abigail Le, Jackie Adams, and Paige Rogers walk around the track listening to music as they do a lap for their teams just after the survivors' lap concludes.

  • Senior Lilly Musselman works with beads alongside junior Alex LeFort at the craft table. The craft table was open at the beginning of the event near the entrance to the field.

  • Junior Michael Walters lunges as he walks with sophomore Jacob Huettner down the track

  • Juniors Kaleigh Knack, Noah Cooper and Lauren Motsney chat while sitting together on the field.

  • Junior Derek Fisher participates in the hamster-ball activity before students start to line up for the survivors' lap to begin

  • Junior Sarah Rouse assists Relay for Life participants in the hamster ball to start his race.

  • The survivors recognized at Relay for Life start their survivors' lap. Students lined up on the inside edge of the track to clap as the survivors made their way through one lap.

  • A Capella member and junior Christian Cortez looks to junior Luke Wild as they perform in the middle of the field.

  • Senior Alex Doran sings along to A Capella as they perform. A small crowd gathered in the middle of the field during their performance.

  • Junior Ella Goldsmith watches A Capella perform with friends.

  • Sophomore Cade Novicke throws a tennis ball to a teammate as they spend time on the field following the survivors' lap.

  • Law Legg pushes Mason Hartness down the field in a wheelchair.

  • Senior Sylvia Hansen sings alongside juniors Luke Wild and Christian Cortez as A Capella performs.

  • Sophomore Mason Hartness and friends play spikeball as others race in hamster balls behind them.

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