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Debra Gill sells Kick Cancer T-shirts before a New Trier varsity soccer game earlier this season. Photos by Fouad Egbaria/22nd Century Media
Debra Gill and her son, Duncan, a senior on the Trevians varsity soccer squad, sell T-shirts as part of their Kick Cancer campaign, the proceeds from which they donate to the American Cancer Society.
Fouad Egbaria, Editor
3:44 pm CDT September 29, 2014

When New Trier soccer scores, everybody wins. 

That’s because senior Trevians soccer player Duncan Gill and his mother, Debra, have started a way to root on the Trevians soccer team while benefitting cancer research. Before every varsity game, Debra sells “Kick Cancer” T-shirts. All of the proceeds from the shirts, sold at $20 apiece, go to the American Cancer Society. Last year, they raised a
total of $5,400, a number they’ve already greatly surpassed — as of Sept. 27, they had raised nearly $11,000.