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Annual Nyack-Rye “Pink Out” Tennis Scrimmage Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness

Josh Weinman talks to the girls about the meaning behind the Breast Cancer Awareness event.

Rye Girls Varsity Tennis held its annual “pink out” exhibition game with Nyack. The event started four years ago when a colleague of Nyack coach and Rye High School class of 1982 alum Josh Weinman was being treated for breast cancer.

“At the annual Nyack/Rye pink out exhibition scrimmage girls from both schools played quick four game sets in different pairings to promote the sport and Breast Cancer Awareness,” said Girls Varsity Tennis Coach Anthony Campbell. “In just four years we have all had experiences of losing friends, relatives or dealing with this disease. It was important that we were still able to do it this year.”

 

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Josh Weinman talks to the girls about the meaning behind the Breast Cancer Awareness event.

Rye Girls Varsity Tennis held its annual “pink out” exhibition game with Nyack. The event started four years ago when a colleague of Nyack coach and Rye High School class of 1982 alum Josh Weinman was being treated for breast cancer.

“At the annual Nyack/Rye pink out exhibition scrimmage girls from both schools played quick four game sets in different pairings to promote the sport and Breast Cancer Awareness,” said Girls Varsity Tennis Coach Anthony Campbell. “In just four years we have all had experiences of losing friends, relatives or dealing with this disease. It was important that we were still able to do it this year.”