Teams, coaches and fans came together June 10 at Nevada’s softball field to wage a fight against cancer. On that night, $914.15 was raised in donations. T-shirt sales prior to the event raised $851. And, a $500 donation from the Nevada Booster Club pushed the total raised to over $2,000. Roland-Story team members suited up in pink, while Nevada wore school-colored shirts, designed by Kelly Elliott, that said, "Strike Out Cancer." Pictured are the Nevada and Roland-Story teams, along with families who have been affected by cancer. Included is team member Peyton Messerli, a leukemia survivor, who threw out one of the game’s first pitches with the help of Nevada’s head softball coach, Tonya Van Dam. Van Dam said it was a great night to remember those who have lost their battle with cancer and those who are continuing to fight. "It was about our communities coming together to fight. I am so proud of the softball girls and fans for supporting such an important cause."