Coaches vs Cancer At Notre Dame High School
Notre Dame High School’s basketball teams will be taking to the court with Whitesboro looking to score, not only a home victory but also some additional support for the American Cancer Society’s efforts to fight the disease.
Notre Dame High School will be holding their third 'Coaches Vs Cancer' game February 3. The teams and coaches will be wearing special ‘Coaches Vs Cancer’ t-
Sports help to bring us all together and I can’t think of a better opponent to take down than cancer.
shirts, as well as selling ‘Wall of Hope’ cards prior to the game – where supporters will recognize someone they know who has battled cancer, - then have those names displayed on the gym wall before the game as a tribute to them.
Bob Elinskas, Sr Community Manager for the American Cancer Society says he's especially thankful to Jake DerCola, Athletic Director, as well as Coach Olivia Tooley and Coach Ryan Goux, as well as Notre Dame for allowing us to raise funds through this Coaches event. "Sports help to bring us all together and I can’t think of a better opponent to take down than cancer."
The girls’ game takes place at 5:30 PM with the boys’ game at 7 PM on Friday, February 3 at Notre Dame High School.