Heritage football pep rally; fundraiser

New head coach Jack Hathaway said he already has a deeper appreciation for head coaches now that he has had some time in those shoes.

Hathaway, a former assistant at Evergreen, has taken over the Heritage program. The first day of practice was Wednesday, but he also led the offseason program so he has been a part of the Timberwolves for a few months.

“It’s a lot more work” than being an assistant, he said.

The Heritage boosters are appreciative of his extra work. Saturday, there will be a pep rally and a meet-and-greet for the community to visit with Hathaway and the players. The get-together is scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. at Heritage’s practice field behind the high school.

The Timberwolves also are putting an emphasis on charity this season. The team is selling pink bracelets to raise funds for breast cancer research and awareness. The team also will wear pink socks during October, breast cancer awareness month.

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