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    Think Pink is a hit at Foxcroft School

    photoFoxcroft School athletic director Michelle Woodruff, third from left, was the driving force behind the Think Pink Tournament. Woodruff was aided by several others, including, from left, Sean Eagen, Sheila McKibbin, Elsie Spencer, Rebecca Cooley and Jasmine McGreen.—Courtesy Photo

    Foxcroft School in Middleburg hosted its fourth annual Think Pink Tournament Jan. 19. The charity basketball event raised more than $2,000 for the Cherry Blossom Breast Cancer Foundation.

    The tournament featured varsity, junior varsity and middle school teams in action. Wakefield School won all three of its games in the varsity tournament to claim the team title for a second straight year.

    Madeira School won the junior varsity title, while Wakefield also took home the middle school crown.

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