Maintained by Friends of CCHS Men's Soccer

Lois Wells Memorial Kicks for Cancer

Started in 2007, Kicks for Cancer is played annually in support of all families who have been touched by this awful disease. All proceeds from the evening’s game will be donated in memory of Lois Wells to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute to support woman's cancer research. Teams will wear pink or teal uniforms to support breast cancer and ovarian cancer.

For the first three years of the event, only one game was played. Starting in 2010, Kicks for Cancer expanded to 2 games. The following year the event expanded again, featuring 6 games and now features 10 matches between some of the top high school soccer teams in Massachusetts. The 2017 Kicks for Cancer event will see 7 recent state champion teams take the field.

Since it's inception, Kicks for Cancer has raised $463,347.02 

2018 - $112,556.42

2017 - $62,642.30

2016 - $60,021.00

2015 - $46,940.00

2014 - $44,307.65
2013 - $33,409.01
2012 - $28,989.96
2011 - $28,273.27
2010 - $17,051.00
2009 - $10,124.25
2008 - $11,032.40
2007 - $8,000.00

 

The 2018 Kicks for Cancer raised $112,556.42