A Northern York football player is doing his part to aid the fight against breast cancer. Kyle Sinclair, a linebacker for the Polar Bears, and his mother, Nancy, came up with an idea that they call "Tackling Breast Cancer." The concept is simple -- Kyle will collect pledges for each tackle he makes during home games. A table will be set up by the gate outside Bostic Field in Dillsburg where people can pledge their donations for each tackle Kyle makes. Kyle, who wears No. 57, will be very visible on the field -- he will be wearing pink gloves during the game. The donations Kyle collects will be given to local breast cancer support organizations. Northern's has one more home game left -- it will host Big Spring on Friday October 29 at 7 p.m. We've seen a lot of pink across area gridirons this October, which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Kudos to Kyle for taking it one step further.
Northern player tries to "tackle" breast cancer
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