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Towson boys soccer to host men's cancer awareness game

Towson players mob goalie Austin Wenck after the Generals won a penalty-kick shootout over Lansdowne in the Class 3A North Region championship game last year.
Towson players mob goalie Austin Wenck after the Generals won a penalty-kick shootout over Lansdowne in the Class 3A North Region championship game last year.(File photo)

The Towson boys soccer program will host its second annual men's cancer awareness games on Thursday, Oct. 12 when the Generals' varsity and junior varsity teams play Hereford.

The JV game is set for 2:45 p.m. followed by the varsity game at 4:15. Proceeds from the concession stand, as well as any donations made, will be given to the Brady Urological Institute at Johns Hopkins Hospital for research.

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The event is in honor of the team's 30-year varsity coach Randy Dase, who made a successful recovery from prostate cancer last fall.

The varsity game features two of the best teams in Baltimore County with the Generals coming into the week 5-1 this season and Hereford owning a 7-1 mark.

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