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By Alex Kuhn
Sports Editor 

Playing for Hope 'Pink Out' games scheduled

 

January 19, 2017

COURTESY/ ROSA GONSALEZ

Tommi Olson (below, third from right) poses with her Highland Ranch High School team, mother Elsa Olson (middle right), aunt Ranee Gonsalez (middle, left) and other team supporters during a Pink Out game on Jan 7. "Tommi proudly represented her family's foundation and aunt, by sharing her aunt's cancer journey with her team as well as informing them of the foundation and our mission," said Playing for Hope co-manager Rosa Gonsalez.

WORLAND - The Playing for Hope foundation has scheduled "Pink Out" events during high school winters sports season.

As of now the Greybull vs. Riverside game on Jan. 28, Cody vs. Star Valley on Feb. 3, Thermopoils vs. Worland on Feb. 9 and Worland vs. Rawlins on Feb. 10 have been scheduled as Pink Out games.

The Play for Hope is a 501 (c) (3) charity that uses Pink Outs as a fundraising opportunity to provide assistance to those diagnosed with cancer as they battle the disease.

On January 7, Playing for Hope held their first Pink Out of the new year at Highland Ranch High School in Highland...



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