Gold out Football game and Pep rally


Tori Torres

The senior section of the Gold Out pep rally being handed the spirit stick, for best school spirit.

Daniel Botello, Staff Writer

Student Council honored Caner Awareness month by holding their annual Gold out football game and pep rally on Sept. 23.

“There was a girl named Brooke who died of childhood cancer, and to support research in her name,” sophomore Temoc Zamora said.

Students wore gold and yellow colored clothes to raise awareness for child cancer and. Students could buy Gold Out shirts from the student council and all revenue generated from the Gold out shirts will go directly to the Brooke’s Blossom Foundation. Where the money will be used to fight cancer in children.

“It’s a great cause, and I feel like if we put more money towards it we can help a lot more kids,” senior Emily Catt said.

At the Gold Out pep rally, StuCo presented Brooke’s family with a check of $5,11.45 to use toward their foundation.

“I wish we could raise more, but it’s hard to do that because underclassmen don’t know about Gold Out,” Treasurer Jalyn Rosales said.

To add to the pep rally, and gold out day, the football game against Moody High School was entirely gold out themed. S