By Luke Geraghty and Blake Dykes
Tonight’s boys’ basketball game against Jennings County will be a Coaches vs. Cancer theme. Every student who dresses up in formal attire and wears tennis shoes will get into the game for free. Boice.net will donate $5 to every student who dresses accordingly. There will also be auction items donated by Coca-Cola, the Hartog family, and Todd Sharp from University of Louisville. The money will go to the American Cancer Society.
Athletic director Jeff Cerqueira said tonight’s game really emphasizes community involvement.
“We will be passing buckets around during the third quarter,” he said. “Anyone who wants to write a check can go online to cancer.org/coaches.”
Coaches vs. Cancer has been popular among the college level. Some of the most premiere teams square off at Madison Square Garden during the invitational.
“It started at college and it has trickled down to the high school level,” Cerqueira said.
Although this is the first year Coaches vs. Cancer is being held, the plan to Cerqueira is to make it every year.
“The plan is to have it every year and hopefully build on it so it can become a school/community project.”