Football Team Brings Cheerleader With Cancer To Tears
October 26, 2019
A high school cheerleader in California who was diagnosed with cancer has the support of the entire football team.
Ashley Adamietz is a senior at Foothill High School and was recently diagnosed with leukemia.
One by one, the football players wanted to show their support for her.
Each of the 57 players dropped a rose at her feet as they ran onto the field before the start of the game.
The roses were orange, which is the color for leukemia awareness.
Fans cheered and Adamietz covered her mouth with her hands in disbelief.
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