San Jose State Football Hosts Wipeout Cancer Sports Day for Kids
February 27, 2016
By Brian Stanley
SAN JOSE — Continuing the fight against cancer, the San Jose State Spartans football team joined forces with Wipeout Cancer to host the inaugural Sports Day for Kids at Spartan Stadium on Saturday.
Caroline Lee founded the organization Wipeout Cancer with a group of friends to bring sports to kids who are living with cancer. The Sports Day for Kids was open to children ages 5 to 17-years-old, their siblings and family to participate in a non-competitive team sports environment.
"So fitting how it all pieces together. Wendy, my wife, Caroline have had a vision of this event for two years and to see it come fruition has been fun and exciting," said San Jose State football head coach Ron Caragher.
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