Trey Foote Fundraiser With The Blazers
Written by Bryan Levesque on March 23, 2012
Former Skyview football player Trey Foote, passed away in 2006 after he battled Osteosarcom, a very aggressive cancer of the bone.
You can help support the Trey Foote Foundation just by attending a blazer game this weekend!
Here is the official press release:
Trey Foote was a normal 17 year old boy. He loved sports, wakeboarding, laughing, spending time with his family and most of all to smile. Trey loved to laugh and make those around him laugh as well. He was always ready with a joke or funny saying.
Trey was dedicated football player who played in CCYF and at Skyview High School. During football season his sophomore year, he was diagnosed with Osteosarcom – a very aggressive cancer of the bone. After enduring chemotherapy, three major surgeries and a partial amputation of his leg, Trey was informed that he was healed. However, the cancer returned. On October 19, 2006 Trey was finally cancer free again when he passed from this world. He holds a special place with the Skyview football community. To honor is courage and dedication, the family has formed a foundation in his name to help battle childhood cancer.
Please support the Trey Foote Foundation’s fight against cancer – The next events are at the Rose Garden for two exciting nights with the Blazers. By simply purchasing a ticket you can help us raise money to battle childhood cancers and watch some great basketball. Tickets are available for the 100, 200 and 300 Levels and a portion of your purchase will help fund the Trey Foote Foundation and the research of Dr. Charles Keller from Dorenbecher Children’s Hospital Pediatric Biology Program. Choose between the following games or attend both!
To Purchase Tickets:
Online – Visit tickets.trailblazers.com/deals and enter the password TREYFOOTE
Via Mail or Fax
Fill out the order form located on our wall and mail or fax it to the address listed.
For More Information Contact:
Ben Haugen, 503.739.9637