Friday Feb 10 2012 comments Woodcreek finishes in the pink at Pink Zone game By: Roseville Press Tribune Photography by Philip Wood -A +A Philip Wood/Roseville Press TribuneSupport for finding a cure for breast cancer was strong at Thursday night's Pink Zone girls basketball game at Woodcreek High School. Philip Wood/Roseville Press Tribune"Fight Like A Girl" and many, many other posters in support of finding a cure for breast cancer lined the walls in the Woodcreek High School gym Thursday evening during the annual Pink Zone game. Philip Wood/Roseville Press TribuneRiley Murray, right, rallies his fellow Woodcreek students during a time out at Thursday?s Fourth Annual Pink Zone game. Philip Wood/Roseville Press TribuneSenior basketball player Fia Hoskinson watches from the side line in pink uniform at Thursday night?s annual Pink Zone game at Woodcreek High School against Granite Bay. Philip Wood/Roseville Press TribuneWoodcreek Junior Katie Martini sings a cover of ?I?m Gonna Love You Through It? by Martina McBride during the half. The song is about a woman who is diagnosed with cancer and goes through treatment. Philip Wood/Roseville Press TribuneWoodcreek sophomore Jared Hill shows his spirit during the school?s Pink Zone game by coming in pink boxer shorts.Woodcreek sophomore Jared Hill shows his spirit during the school?s Pink Zone game by coming in pink boxer shorts. Philip Wood/Roseville Press TribuneThe Woodcreek cheerleaders root the girls varsity team on during the Pink Zone game Thursday night with pink pompoms. Philip Wood/Roseville Press TribuneDestiny Standifer, left, goes up for the basket with Granite Bay?s Katrina Reeves hot behind her Thursday night during the annual Pink Zone at Woodcreek High School.