It was Seniors versus Juniors in the annual Millard North Powderpuff football game. But this year the tradition isn't about "Go Blue," it's all about pink.
The game benefits Project Pink'd an organization that supports breast cancer survivors. Many of tonight's athletes have family affected by breast cancer.
"My mom was actually diagnosed with breast cancer three years ago, and we've been with her through every step of it. It's been awesome to see her, she is in full recovery right now," said Liz Sherman, Senior.
All the breast cancer survivors performed at half time with the players. Even WOWT 6 News' Erin Murray put on a pair of pink gloves for a picture.
Their goal is to raise $5,000 dollars, and before kick off they were already at $3500.
The event is sponsored by Millard North DECA.