It's the second annual Pink Out Game. The players have sold shirts throughout the area and all of the proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. More than 1,000 shirts have been sold in the past few weeks.
"We will be giving the cancer society at check for more than $4,500," said Steven Rickard,
Senior, Central Cambria Football Player.
The game is also the school's homecoming; they're encouraging everyone to wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
"This means a lot to all of the seniors," said Steven Papgua. "It's for a good cause."