EL DORADO HILLS — Tomorrow’s Delta River League softball matchup between host Oak Ridge and Ponderosa is the Trojan program’s Fourth Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Benefit game.
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Fans will be treated to complimentary hot dogs hot off the BBQ grill. Solicited donations and all proceeds goes to The Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Fund, ran by Rolling Hills teacher Judy Pickett, whose mission is dedicated to strengthening the community for current and future generations.
The JV game will begin at 3 p.m. followed by Varsity at 5. Both games will be on the varsity field.
For more information on The Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Fund, visit pinkribbonrunning.org.
Don the pink and come out to support a good cause and witness two competitive intra-county squads battle one another.