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Powderpuff Football Tourney Aims to Sideline Cancer

Sunday afternoon football took on a new meaning in Hollidaysburg this weekend.<br /><br />
Tiger Stadium was home to this Powderpuff Football tournament Sunday afternoon. 
Teams from Altoona and Hollidaysburg battled on the gridiron to win this traveling sideline cancer trophy and bragging rights.
Each team raised money for cancer research and awareness - all in an effort to "Sideline Cancer".
 As team player Kiki Davis explains, "It's awesome because we really didn't think we were going to get that many people to come and be involved, but it really shows tha tthe community really likes to get involved."

Dawn Morden, founder of The Brian Morden Foundation adds, "Collaboration is going to be the key to us finding a cure for cancer.  If we all work together we can definitely sideline cancer."

The Griffith Family Foundation and The Brian Morden Foundation teamed up for this event. 




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