Lake Highlands goes red to support Beth Lyons, fight leukemia

cheer checkThe Wildcat Cheerleaders presented a $1,000 check to the Leukemia Society at halftime Friday night in honor of Merriman Park teacher, Beth Lyons. The much-beloved kindergarten teacher and Young Life mentor has been fighting the disease since her diagnosis last spring.

The funds were raised from the cheer squad’s t-shirt sales for Lake Highlands’ annual Red Out game. Though Mesquite beat the Cats 16-14, the home stands were awash in a sea of red cotton for the first official game of the year.

On hand for the presentation were – representing Herb’s Paint & Body, sponsor of the t-shirts – Alan and Joan Walne and their children and grandchildren. Accompanying Beth as she received the cheerleaders’ check was her husband Brody and his sister Bryn Lyons Volkmer, both LHHS graduates.

cheer check with brody


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