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Coaches vs. Cancer Shootout on SaturdayPosted Wednesday, January 23, 2013, at 7:55 PM
Charleston is hosting the fourth annual Coaches Versus Cancer Shootout this Saturday, which will feature high school girls basketball teams from all over the area.
All proceeds are donated to the St. Francis Foundation Dig for Life campaign, according to Charleston girls basketball coach Josh Thompson. Tickets, which are good for all of the games throughout the day, cost $6.
It sounds like a worthy clause, so if you'd like to see some good girls basketball this weekend, Charleston is the place to go.
10:30 a.m. -- Sikeston vs. Scott County Central
Noon -- Greenville vs. Portageville
1:30 p.m. -- East Prairie vs. Woodland
3:00 p.m. -- Poplar Bluff vs. Carbondale
4:30 p.m. -- Dexter vs. St. Joseph's Academy
6:00 p.m. -- New Madrid vs. Meadow Heights
7:30 p.m. -- Charleston vs. Twin Rivers
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Rachel Crader is the editor of semoball.com. She graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism in May of 2009 before spending the summer covering the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas.
Highlights from Rachel's days in college include having a class down the hall from Chase Daniel and having NCAA wrestling champion Ben Askren hold the door open for her at Brady Commons, Mizzou's student center. She spent time covering Mizzou basketball, softball and baseball while working for the Columbia Missourian and is excited to return home to Southeast Missouri to cover local sports for semoball.com.
Rachel has covered three Southeast Missourian Christmas Tournaments for the Southeast Missourian and semoball.com, and she'll see you courtside again this year.
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