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By Roger Harnack
Cheney Free Press 

Lancers tell cancer victim she's not alone


Last updated 11/10/2022 at 12:58pm

Roger Harnack

Liberty High School Athletic Director Kyle Dodge presents resident and cancer victim Dianna Harrington a football sporting "NO ONE FIGHTS ALONE," signed by the Lancer players.

SPANGLE – Liberty boys football team took time before the District 6/7 crossover game to tell a local woman she's not alone in her fight with cancer.

Prior to the start of the Friday night, Nov. 4, game, Liberty Athletic Director Kyle Dodge presented Dianna Harrington with a football all of the players had signed.

The ball also contained a short note of support: "NO ONE FIGHTS ALONE."

After the presentation, Harrington received several words of encouragement and hugs from players, coaches and supporters.

The football team followed up the presentation with a 15-6 win over Lake Roosevelt to...

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