Find a Cure Night is set for Saturday, Jan. 6

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Find a Cure Night started on Jan. 23, 2007 in honor of the 2005 graduate Jared Davis who lost his life to a rare blood disease called aplastic anemia on Aug. 8, 2006. Since then, the Warriors have been hosting this game to raise money to fight the disease and for an annual scholarship to be given to a Winters graduate. More importantly, this game is to bring awareness to the fight against deadly diseases such as this.

In 2010, the Woodland High School Wolves joined the cause, bringing their teams and their supportive fans to Young Gymnasium.

The JV game will tip off at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 6. There will be a short recognition between games and the varsity game will follow.

There will also be a tamale dinner fundraiser for $8 a plate that will include tamales, beans, rice and a water. The dinner will be available during both the JV and varsity games.

If you only go to one game this year, make this the game you attend. If you haven’t been to a game, make this your first. If you can’t make it to the game, then show your support and make a donation through the school office or more importantly, say a prayer for a cure.

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