Boise High hosts 7th annual 'Pink Zone' game for Brave mom

Boise High hosts 7th annual 'Pink Zone' game for Brave mom

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Boise High hosts 7th annual 'Pink Zone' game for Brave mom

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BOISE – The Boise High School gymnasium looked quite different Saturday night when the Lady Braves basketball team hosted 5A powerhouse Centennial. That’s because the usually red and white gym was sprinkled with all things pink.

The 7th annual “Pink Zone” game saw each team don pink gear in honor of Lori Roser, whose daughter Madelon played for Boise two years ago. Currently, Roser is battling a second bout of breast cancer.

The goal was to raise $1500 for the local Susan G. Koman chapter in Boise through donations and a raffle held at halftime. Prizes included a Southwest Airlines round trip ticket,

According to coach Kym Brydges, the Boise High girls’ varsity basketball coach, the team made that goal, with the total expected to rise after all donations have been counted.

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