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Dan Cappallezzo/staff photographer VICTORY LAP: Lew-Port coach Nina Calarco walks with her father, Mike, and assistant coach Liz Buck before the Lancers' home game against Grand Island on Tuesday. The teams joined forces to host the "Strike Out Cancer" game in honor of those family members and friends who have been touched by the disease and held a ceremonial lap during the pre-game ceremonies. Mike Calarco was recently diagnosed with cancer.

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