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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Worthy cause Friday at Stoney Creek

Friday will be a neat occurrence at Stoney Creek High School when a $20,000 check will be presented to the American Cancer Society for cancer research. The donation is a result of the first annual "Pink Paws Project" that the Stoney Creek football team conducted in the Fall.
For Stoney Creek's football game against Oxford on Sept. 24, each team wore pink jerseys in honor of loved ones who have been affected by cancer.
Thanks to sponsorships secured by the players and cheerleaders and other fundraising efforts, $20,000 was raised and the check will be presented to the American Cancer Society at halftime of Stoney Creek's boys basketball game against Troy Athens on Friday.
It's a heartwarming story and a great gesture by the Stoney Creek football team, athletic department and community.
- So how's this for a season opener? Clarkston and Orchard Lake St. Mary's are annually two of the area's best boys basketball teams, and the two will have a rare game against each other when they each play their season-opening game against the other at Clarkston on Friday. It's the first time the Wolves and Eaglets have played since 2004, and Kosmo hopes there are more meetings in the future because they are class programs with great coaches that have a lot of respect for one another. It should be a fun game for all in attendance.


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