FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. – South Forsyth High School and Lambert High School are teaming up again this year during their rival football game on Friday, Sept. 20 at South Forsyth High School in support of children battling cancer. This year, students at each school will have the opportunity to purchase a specially designed black T-shirt to wear to the game. The “Black Out Childhood Cancer” T-shirts will be sold for $10 each at the high school during lunch on Friday, Sept. 6 or Friday, Sept. 13 to wear to the game. The goal is for both sides of the field to visually “Black Out Childhood Cancer.” In addition, both the South Forsyth and Lambert varsity cheerleaders will once again be wearing gold bows representing the gold ribbon that stands for childhood cancer awareness. Funds raised will be donated to the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research. For more information, please contact Jennifer Sorrell at firstname.lastname@example.org.