Smith-Cotton and Warrensburg to Face Off in Kickin’ It For a Cure Soccer Game
The annual Kickin’ It For a Cure soccer game will be held at the Susie Ditzfeld Soccer Field tonight (May 8) between the Smith-Cotton Tigers and Warrensburg Tigers. This annual game has been played in years past to raise awareness for breast cancer. This year, the benefits of the game will be going to Bothwell Regional Health Center for the cancer services they provide.
Spectators will have the chance to buy T-shirts, hats, soccer balls and other special items throughout the day. I had the chance to talk with Smith-Cotton Lady Tigers Soccer supporter, Darrin Goodson, about the games and the different events happening, starting with the JV game at 5 and the Varsity game to follow.
Better Country KIX 105 will be broadcasting live from 4:30 until the Varsity kick-off around 6:45. We’ll have guest commentary from both schools with Steve Triplett from Smith-Cotton and Brett Pummil from Warrenburg.
The webcast of the game will be on network1sports thanks to proud supporters, Force Automotive, Heroe’s Restaurant and Pub In Warrensburg, Peak Performance, Jackson Concrete Design, End Zone Sportsbar and Grill and Bothwell Regional Health Center.