A matchup between the Eau Claire Regis Ramblers and Spencer-Columbus this afternoon was more than just a football game. Fans coming to watch Regis take on Spencer-Columbus were asked to participate in the “Tie it Teal” campaign. T-shirts were for sale to raise money in the fight against ovarian cancer.
This was the sixth year Regis has led this campaign. This year’s effort was organized by two members of the football team Jaret Kern and Jared Merkel. The show of support means a lot to people in the community. The reason it’s “Tie it Teal” is because the teams both wear teal shoe laces. All proceeds from today’s t-shirt sales benefit the Minnesota ovarian cancer alliance.