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Published on October 5th, 2013 | by Staples Soccer


Soccer Car Wash Sets A Record

The Staples boys soccer car wash raised $3,010 — shattering the record for the annual event by several hundred dollars.

Over 60 players — and a host of parents — worked 2-hour shifts, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today, at Saugatuck Congregational Church. As the skies brightened, cars poured in. Drivers were extremely generous — and very thankful for the cleaning.

Funds raised help cover expenses beyond the Board of Education budget — including paying off the pledge for the Wakeman B turf field, scholarships, the banquet and much more.

Parent leaders Rick Leonard, Bob Scott and Jim Hood thanked all who participated, for helping make this a record-setting event.

Charlie Leonard and Sterling Price: future marketing masters. (Photo/Kim Lake)


Freshman Luca Cocito soaps a car and his face at the annual car wash.

Keeper Brenden Price has sure hands.

Parent volunteers (from left) Bob Scott, Jim Hood, Mark Gudis, Rick Leonard and Roy Marmelo take a much-needed break.

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