Girls Volleyball Digs Pink to Fight Cancer

Girls Volleyball Digs Pink to Fight Cancer

Isabel Cullen

Souhegan varsity girls volleyball team had their annual Dig Pink event last week and was part of the Coaches vs Cancer program.   The foundation teams up the coaches from all over the country to run events that raise money and awareness of the disease.

The Souhegan girls wore lots of pink in respect to October being breast cancer awareness month. During the Souhegan game the team sold baked goods and lottery tickets. The money collected from these items was donated to the project.

Lila Morgan, a Sophomore on the volleyball team said

“I’m playing to find a cure for cancer through the program tonight”.”

— Lila Morgan

Though the girls lost their game against Windham they put up a good fight and we’re definitely working hard through the whole game.  Hannah Rowe, an enthusiastic if not slightly aggressive fan, said that she thought “It was a great way to bring the community together for the month of October”.