It was probably one of the most sweetest gesture a high school football team could do or any team for that matter. A high school in Palo Central California, Foothill High School, has the spot light shining on them and for good reason too. They decided to show their support for one of the school cheerleaders Ashley Adamietz, who was just diagnosed with leukemia last month. As they walked onto the field for the game, they were passing the cheerleader line and they each dropped an orange rose at her feet. To Ashley’s surprise, one after another after another, the players kept dropping off the roses. It was such a beautiful moment to watch each of them pay respect to her and acknowledge what she’s going through. The orange for the roses is the color that represents leukemia awareness and she has been going through daily chemotherapy treatment according to her cheer coach. Grab some tissues and watch this beautiful moment.
KANSAS CITY, MO - MARCH 07: A Texas Tech Red Raiders cheerleader performs during the first round of the Big 12 Basketball Tournament March 07, 2011 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)(Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)