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PHOTO GALLERY: Butch Gleason Memorial Coaches vs Cancer Day

The Gleason family presented the game ball for Saturday's Butch Gleason Memorial Coaches vs Cancer Day. From left are his daughter-in-law Diana, daughter Melissa and wife Denise. Clearview coach Rob MacKerchar is at right and OCHS coach John Bruno holds the game ball.

The Ocean City girls and boys split decision Saturday during Butch Gleason Memorial Coaches vs Cancer Day at OCHS. The Raiders won the boys game in overtime but lost the girls game. Here are a few photos from the day.

The Gleason family presented the game ball for Saturday’s Butch Gleason Memorial Coaches vs Cancer Day. From left are his daughter-in-law Diana, daughter Melissa and wife Denise. Clearview coach Rob MacKerchar is at right and OCHS coach John Bruno holds the game ball.

Boys and girls players from both Ocean City and Clearview surround the court holding up signs with the names of people they know who Stand Up 2 Cancer.

The Ocean City boys hold up their Stand Up 2 Cancer signs.

The OCHS cheerleaders also participated.

Official Gary Hegh posed next to a sign that salutes former Oakcrest coach Dave Lewis and Frankford PA coach Al Angelo. Hegh was an all star football player for Angelo at Frankford.