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Redmond High girls 'Pink Out' during soccer victory
Redmond High's girls soccer team played its "Pink Out" game against Bothell High on Thursday night to support breast cancer awareness month.
Ellen Hilbun, Ashlyn Lutz and Kennedy Kieneker scored for Redmond in the 3-0 victory.Assists came from Veronica Chung (a cross to Hilbun), Grace Getchell (a pass to Lutz for a left-footed, upper-V goal) and Amelia Chirichigno (a cross to Kieneker for a header).
The Mustangs (5-1-0 in 4A Kingco) wore self-made pink jerseys during the home match.
According to head coach Patrick Scheibe on the team's website, at Wednesday's practice girls and coaches shared how breast cancer had impacted their lives.
"As girl after girl shared how their mom, grandma, teacher, aunt and family friend had battled breast cancer, the already strong bond between us all grew," Scheibe wrote. "As always, I was so proud of our strong young women as they came together and made a sign that they all signed for Doug and Terri Kimball."
Doug returned to Redmond High to help assistant coach this year. His wife, Terri, is battling breast cancer.