'A true team effort'


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With the teamwork of the Monroe-Woodbury Parents Football Club, the Varsity, JV, Freshman and Modified M-W Football Programs and M-W Pop Warner Football, a $1,000 check was presented to the American Cancer Society on Sunday, Oct. 15, at the Woodbury Commons Making Strides Walk. The money was raised through sale of Crusader-themed breast cancer T-shirts. Varsity Head Football Coach Ryan Baldock described this as "a true team effort by multiple teams in our community."

Photo by Kelli Rinaldi



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