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Coaches vs Cancer to benefit Crenshaw family

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The lavender ribbon represents survivors of all types of cancers.

The lavender ribbon represents survivors of all types of cancers.

Jaren Tankersley

Jaren Tankersley

The lavender ribbon represents survivors of all types of cancers.

Seth Nickell, Staff Reporter

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The Coaches vs Cancer benefit is set for tonight throughout the girls’ and boys’ basketball games at home against Randall. The benefit will feature a bake sale and other donation opportunities. Boys’ head coach Travis Schulte said the nationwide event benefits cancer research and cancer patients.

“It’s also a fund raiser where people pass the hat in the stands to raise money,” Schulte said. “Our Coaches vs Cancer tonight is to benefit the Crenshaw family, which is an awesome cause, so we hope we get a good turnout, and everybody has deep pockets to give to these guys tonight.”

The girls’ game will begin at 6 and the boys will follow at 7:30 while the benefit will take place during and between the games.

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Hey! My name is Seth Nickell, and this is my first year on The Eagle’s Tale Online staff. I am a junior, and I’m involved in football, basketball, baseball, The Business Club, FCA and my church youth group. I also enjoy spending time with family and friends, and being involved throughout the community. My passion is sports, and after high school I would love to pursue a career either playing sports, or working in the field of sports. I know academics are key to achieving these goals, so I will continue to work hard on and off the field. I will do my very best to bring the best news possible, and I am ecstatic about this year!

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Salutations, I am Jaren Tankersley. I am a senior, and I am very excited to spend my third and final year on the Eagle’s Tale staff as Co-Editor-in-Chief. I am vice president of the class of 2018, vice president of our NHS chapter and vice president of the Drama Club. I participate in the all-school musical, UIL One Act Play and UIL Journalism and Ready Writing. In my free time, I enjoy reading and writing for entertainment, over-analyzing film and pretending I’m still any good at archery.

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