The Terrible Towels were out in full force Friday night at Wheeling Park High School.
The black and gold were proudly waving to welcome the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Several players form the team were back in the Friendly City to take on the Ohio County Relay for Life Team.
Team Relay was once again coached by Wheeling Park’s Mike Jebbia and you might recognize some of these other players as well, like Wheeling’s own CJ Goodwin who signed a contract with the Steelers last season.
In addition to Goodwin, other Steeler players included former defensive MVP James Harrison, quarterback Charlie Batch, and many others.
7 News anchor Nate Fluharty was also back for a second year, hooping it up for Team Relay.
When it was all over the Steelers scored the most points, but the real winners were Relay for Life.
Proceeds from Friday’s event go towards the Ohio County Relay for Life event that will be held later this summer at Wheeling Park’s Good Lake.
Check out more information on the Ohio County Relay for Life Facebook Page.