8-24 “Yellow Out” Photo Story

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Patriot Pete and Principal Dr. Trent Daniel pose for a photo in front of the crowd displaying their yellow-out gear in order to support B11, a rare form of cancer afflicting Dr. Daniels son, Britton. The football game against Hagerty High Dchool took place on Friday, Aug. 24 on the Tom Storey Field, with the Patriots winning with a score of 35-17.

Photo provided by: Anisa Velazquez

Patriot Pete and Principal Dr. Trent Daniel pose for a photo in front of the crowd displaying their yellow-out gear in order to support B11, a rare form of cancer afflicting Dr. Daniels son, Britton. The football game against Hagerty High Dchool took place on Friday, Aug. 24 on the Tom Storey Field, with the Patriots winning with a score of 35-17.

On Friday, Aug. 24, Lake Brantley had a yellow out pep rally in the gym. The yellow theme to the pep rally was created in support of Principal Dr. Trent Daniel’s son, Britton Daniel, who was recently diagnosed with B11. This first pep rally started the year off with exciting performances by freshman and varsity cheer teams, the Sparklers, and the Marching Patriots Drumline. The pep rally also featured appearances from the football team, and the Brantley Boys. An intense tug of war between the different student classes took place. A student vs staff push-up competition soon followed, where the senior football player Nolan Sanders and junior football player Demarcus Brown stole the victory. The pep rally built up school spirit even more for the game against Hagerty High School that evening, which the Patriots won, 35-17.

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