On September 10, 2010, High School Football America stopped in Lowell, Michigan to check-out the Lowell football team's annual Pink Arrow Pride game against Kenowa Hills. For one night a year, over the last three years, Lowell's football team dons pink uniforms to raise money for cancer research, awareness and support in the town of 4,000. With a crowd awash in pink, the Red/Pink Arrows won 47-0, which gave the team a perfect 3-0 record in Pink Arrow Pride games. In those three games, Lowell has beaten its opponents by a combined score of 143-0. The event has raised $300,000 in three years, and has resulted in the opening of a Gilda's Club in Lowell. To learn more about the Pink Arrow Pride game go to www.pinkarrowpride.com. For more video vignettes from High School Football America's journey around the country, go to www.highschoolfootballamerica.com.
High School Football America was created by Jeff Fisher, a former television sports anchor, who loves telling stories that most other websites overlook. High School Football America introduces you to the stories-behind-the-stories of small town high school football teams and their communities where every Friday night, memories are either born or re-hashed like a refrain in Springsteen’s Glory Days. Here at High School Football America, no story is too small and no dream is too big. High School Football is America’s game...and America, this is your site!