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A special winning effort by the Lady Eagles soccer team

Contributed Story Posted 24 October 2015 at 12:00 am

Contributed Photo – Members of the Kendall girls varsity soccer team who took part in this morning’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk included, in front, Jenna LoSapio, Lizzie Rath,  Eliya Cooper and Coach Pam Beres. In the back row are Megan Hardenbrook, Maya Rutland,  Taylor ReQua,  Taylor  Rutland, Lyndsay Wright, Coralee Freitag,  Annaliese Bosko and Michela Hanlon.

The Kendall girls varsity soccer team is not only successful on the field, but they also know how to give back to the community.

After a tough Friday night sectional game victory, the top seeded, undefeated (17-0) Genesee Region League Divison 1 champion Lady Eagles were up bright and early this morning to participate in the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk at Watt’s Farms in Albion.

The Making Strides Walk has become an annual tradition for the team, as they have participated in the event for the past 5 years.  This year the team raised $599 for this worthy cause.

The girls varsity soccer team walks as part of the Kendall Cares Team, which is made up of students and adults from the Kendall Community.  The Kendall Cares Team, including the girls varisty soccer team’s contribution, donated over $1000 this year.