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The girls basketball team hosted their annual cancer awareness game on Wednesday.

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The Windsor girls basketball team hosted their annual cancer awareness game on Wednesday against Hillsboro. After selling over 200 shirts and raising money throughout the contest, the team raised over $2300 for Frankie Rhodes. The Windsor junior was recently diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. However, he recently rang the bell at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, which means the cancer is in remission.

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