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Basketball ‘Red Out’ Supports Heart-Health Awareness


The "Blue Crew" changed its color for the night ... but not its Wildcat loyalty.
The “Blue Crew” changed its color for the night … but not its Wildcat loyalty.
Alicia Ross, who scored 15 points on the night, defends her home court.
Alicia Ross, who scored 15 points on the night, defends her home court.
The Wildcat Dance Team, properly accessorized (as always)
The Wildcat Dance Team, properly accessorized (as always)
The appropriately clad team mascot cheers the men's team, as James Boylan (33) and Thomas Ross (22) go to work.
The appropriately clad team mascot cheers the men’s team, as James Boylan (33) and Thomas Ross (22) go to work.
A banner at the gym entrance spreads the word.
A banner at the gym entrance spreads the word.

In support of February’s designation as American Heart Month, Penn College observed a “Red Out” during its women’s and men’s basketball games against Lancaster Bible College on Tuesday. Fans were encouraged to wear red clothing and fill the Bardo Gymnasium stands, and a number of activities helped call attention to cardiac wellness. The evening featured free T-shirts and foam Wildcat paws, waterproof Bluetooth headphones for the winner of the “Wearing the Most Red” award and a fitness watch for the “Knockout Game” victor. Raffle tickets were sold to faculty/staff for a free Fitness Center membership, with proceeds donated to the American Heart Association.
Photos by Dalaney T. Vartenisian, student photographer

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