NCHS “Pink Out” Game-a Resounding Victory on-and off-the Field!

The NCHS Chiefs played their annual “Pink Out” game Thursday, October 21 against the Parkway Panthers. The Chiefs defeated the Panthers in a resounding 38-21 victory, bringing their overall record to 7-1. While the football team was taking care of business at Turpin stadium, Lady Chief Volleyball imposed a Carthaginian peace upon the visiting Airline Vikings, handily winning their match 3 sets to none.

Not all of tonight’s victories were on the court and on the field. This year’s “Pink Out” game was the culmination of a school-wide fundraiser to assist Natchitoches Regional Medical Center’s Cancer Center in its fight against this insidious disease. NCHS principal Micah Coleman presented NRMC representatives Kristine Walker, Kayla Dowden, Misty Dalme, and Hailie Errington with a check for $1,000.00. The funds will be used to assist the facility in providing cancer care to our community.

One of the nicer things about life in a small town is that when trouble comes, so do neighbors ready to help. The young men and women of NCHS are succeeding at more than athletics. They helped make their community a better place tonight. Go Chiefs!


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