Panthers uniforms go back to school


The Carolina Panthers have donated more than $50,000 of game-worn and practice-worn uniforms to 16 high schools in North and South Carolina through the team's uniform grant program.

The uniforms consist of black, white and blue practice jerseys and white and silver game pants. The uniforms have been expertly maintained and are in excellent condition.

Bertie High School Windsor, N.C.
Chester High School Chester, S.C.
Crestwood High School Sumter, S.C.
East Bladen High School Elizabethtown, N.C.
Farmville Central High School Farmville, N.C.
Goldsboro High School Goldsboro, N.C.
Hunter-Kindard-Tyler High School Neeses, S.C.
Johnson High School Columbia, S.C.
North Central High School Kershaw, S.C.
North Charleston High School North Charleston, S.C.
North Moore High School Robbins, N.C.
Reidsville, High School Reidsville, N.C.
Ridgeview High School Columbia, S.C.
Riverside High School Greer, S.C.
South Carolina School for the Deaf & Blind Spartanburg, S.C.
St. Johns High School Johns Island, S.C.

"The Carolina Panthers are thrilled to provide this opportunity to schools in our region, especially when the need for resources is at a premium but adequate funding may be a challenge," said Peter Vacho, Carolina Panthers military and football outreach manager. "Having the basic necessities, such as practice gear, can go a long way in helping school athletic departments make ends meet."

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