JV Girls soccer rallies around Coach Kent Fogleman after cancer treatment
By Kaitlyn Ecklund and Reeya Vasishta For the past five years, the Junior Varsity girls’ soccer coach, Kent Fogleman, has battled skin cancer. Last December, he was rediagnosed with melanoma, a form of skin cancer. On Jan. 12, he had surgery to have the melanomas removed from his head and to have a skin graft, which involves taking skin from another part of the body to help replace the tissue they are removing. The procedure took eight hours but was successful, and Coach Kent is now in recovery. His team wore hats to their first league game on Thursday to show their support for their coach and to advocate for taking care of your skin as well as the prevention of skin cancer. “Even though it was rainy and foggy, we decided that, to show support and raise awareness, that we would wear Read More