A large turnout at the game and support from the community helped the Swift Current Comprehensive High School (SCCHS) senior basketball team to raise $13,630 for the family of school alumnus Rena Best, who recently died of cancer. The Swift Current Ardens Pink Game against the North Battleford Vikings took place on March 9. SCCHS students Carter Hancock and Ryan Girardeau had their heads shaved during halftime. They were able to raise a total of $1,927.30 in support of the Ardens fundraiser. The game turned into a real battle between the two teams that was decided in the final seconds, when the Ardens could not score on penalty throws to lose 57-56. Team members presented a cheque to Kelly Nelson and his children Kalven (14) and Ellie (9) after the game. The money from the fundraiser will be donated to a trust fund that has been set up for the two children. Their mother was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer in August 2015 and she passed away on Jan. 25, 2017. Rena Best grew up in Swift Current and attended school at Central School, O.M. Irwin School and the SCCHS, where she helped to manage the 1984/85 Ardens basketball team to a provincial championship title.