Lewiston High School graduate Al Winslow gives Bryanna Bagnato, center, and Marissa Larock a hug after the LHS cheerleaders gave Winslow a get-well card during the football game between LHS and Edward Little High School in Auburn on Friday. Winslow’s son, Gunnar, is a junior lineman for the Edward Little Red Eddies and played in the game, four days after Al was diagnosed with brain cancer. Fans, students and players wore gray, the color of brain cancer awareness. There was also a 50-50 raffle and a bake sale during the game to help the Winslow family with medical expenses. The winner of the 50-50 got more than $800, a record for an ELHS football game. Bagnato said the LHS cheerleader squad made a $50 donation. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Auburn Middle School eighth graders Olivia Swift, left, and Anna Howaniec show their support for the Winslow family during the Edward Little High School football game in Auburn on Friday. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Edward Little High School players wore gray brain cancer awareness ribbons on the back of their helmets. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

Gunnar Winslow is a junior lineman for the Red Eddies. His father, Al Winslow, was diagnosed with brain cancer on Monday. (Daryn Slover/Sun Journal)

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