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Bonney Lake High School learned that Jim Brown, the parent of a Black Hills High School soccer player and also a local fire captain was battling stage IV cancer. The team decided to show their support. Coach Farris shared: “Our players made banners with the rallying slogan he and their community have been using, #HOLDFAST. Along with banners of large white ribbons (the lung cancer symbol color), and a ‘BLHS (Hearts) U!’ sign to welcome them at the admission booth. We put his story in the game program and announced his name and welcomed him during the pregame. The girls wore white ribbons in their hair and gave white roses to his daughter (their opponent) on the sideline… When the game was over Jim Brown and the opposing coach asked if we could take team pics with both teams and Jim... And then, it was as if the players didn’t even want to leave. Opposing players were sharing cell numbers and info, creating instant friendships - people were lingering and basking in the moment. We speak to our team about goals and purpose... Our goals for our team are competitive in nature... We had a goal to do several things during the match that we had been working on in training, and win the game. But we always realize we have a purpose that is much bigger than any game could ever be.”
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5:00 PM JV Soccer at Rochester
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM Community Roundtable
7:00 PM Varsity Soccer at Rochester
7:00 PM Varsity Volleyball vs. Rochester
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Club Day
7:00 PM Football at Centralia
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Student Court Training in Room 209
9:00 AM Swim at South Sound Relays
10:00 AM JV Soccer vs. North Kitsap
12:00 PM Varsity Soccer vs. North Kitsap
3:30 PM Golf vs. Rochester
3:30 PM Tennis vs. Mark Morris