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Randolph HS Boys Varsity Soccer Team and Booster Club Donate $3000.00 to Breast Cancer Research

Pictured from left to right are 2013/14 RHS Boys varsity team members James McConnell, Alex Weixel, Anthony Zarro, Matteo Panizza, Juan Avila, Kevin Weber, Jake Ryan, Rodrigo Avila and Kyle Ross along with officials from the Breast Cancer Center at Morristown Medical Center.   Credits: Maureen Rauchberg
RANDOLPH, NJ- On August 13 members of the Randolph High School Boys Varsity soccer team presented a check for $3000.00 on behalf of the RHS Boys Soccer Booster Club to the Carol W. and Julius A. Rippel Breast Cancer Center at Morristown Medical Center.  
The RHS Boys Varsity Soccer team held a fundraiser during the fall 2013 season to raise funds for the donation.  
"Every year, the RHS boys varsity soccer team picks a charitable cause to support and fundraise for.  The team designed and sold "Think Pink" t-shirts to support their chosen cause, breast cancer awareness and research.  Kudos to these young men for their effort and compassion in support of such a worthy cause," said Jeff Weber, RHS Boys Soccer Booster Club (RHSBSBC) president.
 
 

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