Summit H.S. Girls and Boys Basketball Continue 'Pink Out' Partnership with Quadruple-Header of Hoops Jan. 27

Connie Dwyer with her three daughters and seven grand-daughters. Credits:

SUMMIT, NJ - The Summit High School Girls and Boys Basketball programs are once again collaborating to host their 'Hilltopper Pink Out', a day of hoops that seeks to raise funds for the Connie Dwyer Breast Cancer Foundation. On Saturday, January 27, the 'Pink Out' will feature four games, with the programs asking fans -- in lieu of an entrance fee -- to make a donation to the Foundation.

Connie Dwyer is a breast cancer survivor, with deep ties to Summit, and her children and many of her grandchildren attended the Summit public schools. Begun in 2005, the Connie Dwyer Breast Cancer Foundation's mission is to ensure that all women have access to top-quality breast care, from screening to diagnosis to treatment.

The 'Pink Out' will feature an expanded concession table, including the famous 'Walking Tacos'.

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The game schedule is as follows:

Summit Freshman Boys v. Scotch Plains-Fanwood @ 9 a.m. -- Main Gym

Summit JV Boys v. Scotch Plains-Fanwood @ 10:30 a.m. -- Main Gym

Summit Varsity Boys v. Scotch Plains-Fanwood @ 12 p.m. -- Main Gym

Summit Varsity Girls v. Rahway @ 1:30 p.m. -- Main Gym

Summit High School is located at 125 Kent Place Boulevard.

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