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Cary girls’ basketball beats Fuquay-Varina on Play 4Kay night

February 18, 2013
Cary High School



CARY - There were two big events taking place at Cary’s Charles H. Adams Gymnasium, but Imps girls’ basketball coach Patrick Daly gave more mention to what was going on off the 84 feet of hardwood.

Cary got a much-needed 51-41 win against visiting Fuquay-Varina, but it was also Cary’s first Play 4Kay game, where proceeds go to the Kay Yow Fund for breast cancer research. Yow, the late N.C. State coach who battled breast cancer three times during her standout coaching career, was a Cary resident for many of those years.

Out of bounds: Outside the gym, there was a display table of Play 4Kay T-shirts, shorts, socks and other gear that could be purchased with all proceeds going toward breast cancer research and awareness.

Daly, a first-year coach, brought the event with him to Cary after his last coaching stop at Athens Drive with the help of senior Imp Natalie Sherwood.

Natalie Sherwood was inspired to play a major role in the event because her mother, Vicki Sherwood was diagnosed with breast cancer in July 2012.

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Cary girls’ basketball beats Fuquay-Varina on Play 4Kay night


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