High School Football Team Brought A Cheerleader Battling Leukemia To Tears With This Heartwarming Gesture

By Amanda Cooper Sep 9, 2016

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A California high school football team paid a touching tribute to a member of their "family" before a recent game with a heartwarming gesture to honor her cancer battle.
Ashley Adamietz, a cheerleader for Foothill High School in Palo Cedro, California, was diagnosed with leukemia in early August, and has undergone daily chemotherapy treatments since.
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As all 57 players took the field, they dropped off orange roses -- the color for leukemia awareness -- at Ashley’s feet as they ran onto the field before their first game of the season.
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