Manchester High and Clover Hill High teamed up to Strike Out Cancer on Feb. 12 at Uptown Alley. In a friendly competition, the schools raised more than $10,500 for Hitting Cancer Below the Belt, a local nonprofit that works to prevent cancer and promote early detection and research. Melinda Conklin founded the nonprofit in memory of her husband, Rich, who coached JV football at Clover Hill. When all the bowling balls had been thrown, Manchester scored 11,811 pins to Clover Hill’s 11,508 pins, leading Clover Hill administrators to wear Manchester gear the next day. Learn more about Hitting Cancer Below the Belt here: www.hcb2.org.