Rampage & Harlandale High School Paws Team Up

Rampage players Bracken Kearns and Tyson Strachan teamed up with Harlandale High School’s PAWS Partners to help bathe and walk dogs at the Animal Defense League as part of Silver & Black Give Back’s Team Up Challenge. The event is in advance of the Rampage’s Pucks & Paws game on Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. The team is attempting to set a world record for most dogs at a sporting event. In addition, $5 from every dog ticket sold will be donated to Alamo Area Partners for Animal Welfare (AAPAW).

To purchase your tickets for Pucks & Paws Night, please click here.

Harlandale’s PAWS Partners, a Team Up Challenge semi-finalist, is a group of students that are working to help educate others about responsible dog ownership. The Rampage are helping Team Up Challenge semi-finalists Harlandale High School as they pair with the Animal Defense League of San Antonio for a donation drive at Pucks & Paws Night this Saturday at 7 PM! ADL is collecting toys for large dogs- rawhides, Kong toys, anything to chew on. If you bring a donation, you will also receive a voucher to an upcoming Rampage game!

Click here to see exclusive photos from the Team Up Challenge event.

Watch exclusive videos featuring Tyson Strachan & Bracken Kearns with the Team-Up Challenge semi-finalists as well as Brian Foster talking about the Team Up Challenge Donation Drive below or in Rampage TV!



About Team Up Challenge
Team Up Challenge is a service based learning initiative that encourages youth to make a positive impact in an area of service that will improve their community. Currently, 20 semi-finalists are carrying out projects throughout San Antonio in one of five categories of service: Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health & Wellness or Uniformed Services. All 20 semi-finalists received $2500 in funding to begin their projects.



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