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Posted March 4, 2013
HIGH SCHOOL JOURNALISM: North Cedar grooms for coach, game

The North Cedar boys' basketball team poses with a pile of hair they shaved off their heads in honor of assistant coach Al Moser, who was diagnosed with cancer earlier this month. (Emily Blake photo/North Cedar senior)

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North Cedar players pose with assistant coach Al Moser after shaving their heads in his honor. (Emily Blake photo/North Cedar senior)

North Cedar’s boys’ game team, which plays MFL MarMac tonight in a Class 2A state basketball quarterfinal, got ready for the game by shaving their heads to honor assistant coach Al Moser, who as diagnosed with cancer last month..

Senior Marshall Shedeck gets his head shaved. (Emily Blake photo/North Cedar senior)

North Cedar senior Emily Blake captured these photos from the head-shaving event, after a spaghetti supper.

North Cedar junior Andrew Fields gets his head shaved. (Emily Blake photo/North Cedar senior)

Blake also asked Knight players about tonight’s game. Marshall Shedek and Greg Sloan said they were looking to win, of course, but also looking forward to throwing  new defense at MFL MarMac.

Junior Jacob Hay gets his head shaved. (Emily Blake photo/North Cedar senior)

 

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