The first annual Pitchin' for Cancer Pink Horseshoe Tournament was held in Centennial Park Saturday. Ten teams competed in several games of horseshoes. The fundraiser was put on by Kingman city employee Melvin Dubay and raised money for the Kingman Cancer Care Unit. Here, TJ Clouse prepares to throw a horseshoe as Jesse Kellum watches. TJ and his partner, Ben Tyree, won the match 21 to 1 and finished third overall. Larry and Melvin Dubay finished first and the team of Cory Hines and Kirk Hines finished second.