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Trading in Maroon and White for Black and Orange

A collection jar was placed inside the main office at Cranberry High School to raise money for the family whose son, a Rocky Grove High School student, was killed in a tragic car accident. More than $300 was raised. (By Amber Holt/Student contributor)

By HANNAH NIEDERRITER
Student contributor

On Monday, May 17, Cranberry High School students exchanged their typical maroon and white school colors for orange and black in support of Rocky Grove High School and those affected by the death of Rocky Grove student Nathan Luzier, who died in a vehicle accident on April 27.

The idea for this demonstration was introduced by a group of students from Cranberry High School.

Cranberry faculty and students raised more than $300 for Luzier’s family.

Cranberry High School students wear Rocky Grove High School colors throughout the school day to show support. (By Bo Myers and Chris McElhinney/Student contributors)

 

Hannah Niederriter, Amber Holt, Bo Myers and Chris McElhinney are students at Cranberry High School and members of Cranberry Chronicles, the school’s journalism/publications class.

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