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Play For A Cure!

by Press Release
February 20, 2019

Photos and text courtesy of Jodi Colman

The season was full of love and support for each other as a team and Friday, February 15, as the Holliston High School Girls Basketball team took the court for their final game, it was no different.  This time however the girls decided to support their fellow “sisters” by hosting a “Play For A Cure” night. It was the best way to end the season in style.

Instead of just wearing pink to show support for breast cancer awareness the girls decided to donate all proceeds from the evenings event to Dana Farber.  


They held a 50/50 raffle and a bake sale. As was their ritual this season the High School girls had the youth program play at halftime.  The 4th grade girls did a great job showing what the future panthers will bring to the court! 


The team would like to thank all the fans that came and showed their support not only during the season but for this fantastic event.

Thanks to you, the Holliston High School Girls Basketball Team will be donating $775 to Dana Farber! 

Photos and text courtesy of Jodi Colman

 

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