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How Redlands police, business owner helped athletes at Orangewood High School

From left, Miguel Escobar, Fabrizio Jimenez Botello, Elijah Miles, Nathan Perez and Dejion Stokes hold up their new jerseys Thursday at Orangewood High School in Redlands. Blue Collar Atheltics and Brian Seghers, of Rendition tattoo, partnered together to raise funds for the uniforms.

From left, Miguel Escobar, Fabrizio Jimenez Botello, Elijah Miles, Nathan Perez and Dejion Stokes hold up their new jerseys Thursday at Orangewood High School in Redlands. Blue Collar Atheltics and Brian Seghers, of Rendition tattoo, partnered together to raise funds for the uniforms. MICAH ESCAMILLA — STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

By , Redlands Daily Facts

Posted: 12/07/16, 12:23 AM PST | Updated: 2 hrs ago

From left, Maricela Luna, 17, Christian Aichely, 18, and Jessica Cutler, 17, check out their new jerseys Thursday at Orangewood High School in Redlands. Blue Collar Atheltics and Brian Seghers, of Rendition tattoo, partnered together to raise funds for the uniforms.

From left, Maricela Luna, 17, Christian Aichely, 18, and Jessica Cutler, 17, check out their new jerseys Thursday at Orangewood High School in Redlands. Blue Collar Atheltics and Brian Seghers, of Rendition tattoo, partnered together to raise funds for the uniforms. MICAH ESCAMILLA — STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

REDLANDS >> Volleyball players at Orangewood High School recently received some much-needed new gear.

Blue Collar Athletics, Brian Seghers, owner of Rendition Tattoo and Allied Multisport, and the Redlands Police Officers Association donated jerseys and shorts to the school’s boys and girls volleyball teams.

The new uniforms were given to the continuation school Thursday.

The teams have used the same jerseys for more than seven years, Redlands police Sgt. Esteban Valenzuela said in an email.

Seghers used some of the funds collected from a bicycle ride he made to Las Vegas in September to purchase 26 pairs of athletic shoes for the team.

His ride was to raise money for Blue Collar Athletics, a nonprofit started by members of the Redlands Police Department to raise funds to buy athletic gear and equipment for youth in the community.

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