The Fitzgibbon Hospital team had trouble moving the ball against Marshall Public School staff during the annual Pink Powder Puff flag football game Wednesday, Oct. 3 -- except when they got the ball in the hands of Travis Holt, center above.
Four teams lined up Wednesday, Oct. 3, to battle each other and battle for a good cause the fight against cancer.
The annual Pink Week Powder Puff flag football game pitted Marhsall Public Schools staff against Fitzgibbon Hospital staff, and Marshall High School senior girls versus junior girls.
The game consisted of four 20-minute quarters, with teams alternating. MPS and Fitzgibbon played the first quarter, the MHS girls played the second, then they repeated the sequence for the second half.
Local dance studios provided entertainment between quarters.
Speedy Jashawna Terry races down the sideline to score the first touchdown for Marshall High School seniors in the annual Pink Powder Puff flag football game Wednesday, Oct. 3. The senior girls were pitted against the MHS junior girls team.
Danielle Callanan helps her 9-month-old daughter, Kenna, warm up prior to the Pink Powder Puff flag football game Wednesday, Oct. 3. Kenna did not see any action in the game, however.
Dancers from Shapes Dance and Acro Studio entertain the crowd after the first quarter of the 2012 Pink Powder Puff flag football game at Marshall High School's Cecil Naylor Field.