Fighting cancer with a fastbreak

The student section cheers during Arlington High School’s annual Coaches vs. Cancer basketball game against Monroe on Friday night. Fans and players came dressed in pink to raise cancer awareness. The game featured several cancer survivors as “honorary Eagles coaches.” Money raised at the game from donations, raffles and the sale of donated items will go to the American Cancer Society.

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