ORLANDO, Florida – The Orlando Sports Foundation is announcing a second Cure All-Star Game for Lake and Osceola County players on December 9, 2022.
The original Cure All-Star Game has 28-year history. Established in 1993 by Metro Conference football coaches, which has been hosted by the Orlando Sports Foundation since 2017. Cure All-Star football games give seniors one last chance to compete before graduating while also giving them an opportunity to support the Orlando Sports Foundation’s mission of “bringing teams together to find a cure for cancer”.
The high school football coaches in Lake and Osceola County will select the athletes and organize the teams following the regular season. Each player will receive his All-Star Jersey and be invited to attend the March 2Cure and the ESPN Cure Bowl at Exploria Stadium in December.
To further support the athletes in Lake and Osceola County there will be a Cure Combine in June 2022, offered to all high school football players in Central Florida Schools. A combine that provides each athlete with a digital recruiting platform of their skills to be supplemented by their academic achievements. This data is critical for college coaches who attend the Cure Recruiting Fair held each year in February. College coaches and recruiting scouts will be invited to attend the Cure Combine. D1 Training and Zybek Sports are in partnership with the Orlando Sports Foundation for this combine.
“We look forward to adding the schools in Lake and Osceola Counties to our Cure All-Star Events and continuing our efforts, with the support of coaches and student athletes, to bring teams together to find a cure for cancer” said Alan Gooch, CEO of the Orlando Sports Foundation.
Several different sponsorship levels will be available for this event offering local businesses the opportunity to support high school athletes and the Orlando Sports Foundation mission.
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About Orlando Sports Foundation
The Orlando Sports Foundation, Inc (OSF) was founded in May 2008 and is a 501 (C)(3) organization dedicated to raising funding and awareness for organizations working to find a cure for cancer. OSF also hosts events throughout the year to raise funds for cancer research organizations such as the Breast cancer research Foundation and the UCF Cancer Research Center. The biggest OSF event of the year is the ESPN Cure Bowl a college bowl game played in December each year. With the combined support of Central Floridians, loyal sports fans and strategic partners, the OSF is further dedicated and committed to service those who have experienced cancer. The OSF faces up to the challenges of cancer by invigorating the Central Florida athletic community and supporting youth organizations with standards of benevolence, integrity and moral excellence. The OSF works with our stakeholders to involve the entire community to join us in our quest to bring teams together to find a cure for cancer.
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