3rd Annual Cure for Cancer Cup

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The Canyon Crest Academy and Cathedral Catholic High School soccer programs hosted the 3rd Annual Cure for Cancer Cup Jan. 10.  The goal of the event is to raise funds and awareness for cancer research.  Girls and boys school soccer teams played each other.

This year the teams took donations at the games to support the Cure Search for Children’s Cancer (www.curesearch.org). Cure Search for Children’s Cancer supports two area hospitals — the Naval Medical Center San Diego and Rady Children’s Hospital San Diego — by enrolling patients in therapeutic clinical trials.

Photos/Jon Clark

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