The Wichita Falls Wildcats took part in Movember last month.
As you know Movember is a annual event to grow mustaches and facial hair to bring awareness to men's health issues like prostate cancer.
The Wildcats went to Sports Clips on Lawrence Road today for a clip job.
It was a struggle to grow the facial hair for some players.
"Growing the hair was an absolut struggle. It was a lot of work for me. It took me about a month and a half to grow these few whiskers. It was for a good cause. We raised a lot of money with donations. So it is all for a good cause,"said Wichita Falls Wildcats Forward Stan Sojka.
The Wildcats did a great job in their fundraising as they raised more than $3,000.
That is by far more than all of the teams in the NAHL.
In fact, the league overall raised $3,700.
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