Ramona Soccer League is pink all over in support of breast cancer awareness

The Ramona Intra Girls U15 team is not only dedicated to playing soccer, but they also came together to help support breast cancer awareness on Saturday.

With pink socks and pink ribbons in their hair, they showed their support and enthusiasm for the cause. Special invitations were sent to their local sponsors, the 3-Day Streetwalkers (a Ramona group that walks three days each year to raise

Ramona Intra G15 team members are pictured with Breast Cancer Survivors and 3Day Breast Cancer Walkers. Standing from left, are: sponsor and Carpet Lady Christine Prater, Coach Justin Jordan, Sydney Marin, Katherin Hoertig, Diane Fieger (3-Day Streetwalker and cancer survivor), Karli Njaa, Teresa Italiano, Lori Place (3-Day Streetwalker), Cheryl Marshall (3-Day Streetwalker and survivor), Cece Estrada, Katherine Lorentz, Courtney Dolan, and Assistant Coach Deena Vizcarra (3-Day Streetwalker). Front from left are: Kacie Jordan, Naomi Ramirez, Taylor Stacy, Daniela Charbonneau, Danielle Vizcarra, Shaylee Lessler, Megan Vandervort, Sasha Escamilla, Shelby Sherman. Not pictured: 3-Day Streetwalkers Julie Njaa and Gina Walter. Photos/Julie Njaa

money to fight for a cure), and close friends who have survived.

Alex Nastre sports pink hair for the breast cancer cause.

Ramona Intra Girls U15 team remains undefeated. On Saturday, the Ramona girls led the way and ended their game with a 10-1 win over Westfield SC Real.

“There is no doubt that these girls have worked hard and use their skill to outplay any team that they have come up against this year,” said Assistant Coach Deena Vizcarra.

“In order to bump themselves up to the next level, they need to continue to play at their top level every single game,” added Coach Justin “JJ” Jordan.

Breast cancer survivors and 3-Day Streetwalkers wear their pink. Back row, from left: Lori Place, Deena Vizcarra, Cheryl Marshall, Gina Walter, Diane Fieger. Front row from left: Christine Prater and Julie Njaa.

Coach JJ has high expectations for the girls and is proud of the way they have stepped up to compete. With a 9-0-1 record, the girls know they have to stay tough if they want to finish the season undefeated. The girls will travel to Escondido to play FC Heat on Saturday, Oct. 29.

“As tough as they are, they never forget how tough it is to beat cancer,” their coaches said.

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