This Friday, DeSoto High School Head Coach Todd Peterman and his Eagles will find touchdowns will have an impact on more than just the game at hand. Football coaches don’t typically need much motivation to put more points on the board, but this Friday will be different. The Eagles will participate in the first ever Touchdowns Against Cancer campaign, which is sponsored by MaxPreps and PLEDGE IT.
When Legacy Christian Academy takes the field Friday night every touchdown scored will result in donations for pediatric cancer research.
Colgate claimed the Patriot League title a year ago and won a pair of FCS college football playoff games in a banner year for the Raiders’ program. But that was last year and time marches on like smoke through a keyhole. The Raiders still have enough pieces back to have a legitimate shot at repeating behind quarterback Jake Melville and a defense that will once again be strong against the run.
The football team helps to prevent childhood cancer from Thursday, Sept. 15 to Saturday, Oct. 1 through the Touchdowns Against Cancer fundraiser. All money raised during the fundraiser will benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Jaguar fans can pledge to donate for every touchdown that is scored.
For the next two weeks, the Red Springs and Fairmont football teams will be scoring touchdowns in an effort to beat something other than their opponents: childhood cancer.
If you’re a defense that allows plenty of touchdowns, you might have a bit of a problem on your hands. But if you play for Buchanan out of southern California, when you play Liberty tonight, you might think differently.
TeamBuildr, the leading online strength and conditioning software, and PLEDGE IT, the leading online sports fundraising platform, are joining forces to provide coaches with an easy, seamless fundraising tool to use with their teams.
Nelson Natividad is known around Citrus Valley High for having a bright smile and a big heart, and since arriving on the campus in 2015, the Blackhawks sophomore has shown plenty of grit and toughness on the football and rugby fields.
Touchdowns Against Cancer launched this weekend, as a joint effort between MaxPreps, Pledge It, and the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital to help tackle an opponent far more serious than any high school football team: childhood cancer.
Former Oklahoma State All-American pitcher Andrew Heaney has been nominated for Major League Baseball's 2016 Roberto Clemente Award, and fans can now help the Cowboy great's candidacy for the philanthropic honor via online voting.