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Spectrum volleyball team fights cancer

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Hayden McColley
Spectrum Varsity Team

On October 10th, Spectrum High School played against Kimball in a volleyball game, unfortunately the varsity team lost 0-3, but the game wasn’t only focused on who won, it was also focused on Dig Pink.

Dig Pink is a yearly volleyball game that is dedicated to cancer awareness, contributing to cancer programs, and to people who need treatment. Dig Pink doesn’t only focus on one organization or person, “We normally have a fundraiser for a specific person or like a group.” varsity player, Sydney Bakken, says. Each year we do it for a different like cause, or a different program that’s helping cancer,” states Addie Whebbe, another volleyball player on the varsity team. The volleyball team raises money by selling Dig Pink t-shirts. This year, they raised $1,900.

Every player has their own favorite part about Dig Pink, “Seeing all the pink in the stands,” says Addie Whebbe, “My favorite part about Dig Pink is probably the crowd we get, I think it’s so cool so many people come out to support what we’re doing,” another volleyball player, Lola Stolte, states.

Dig Pink has been going on for a while, and has helped many people during it’s time, and we hope it will continue to do so for a long time.

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