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Volleyball event benefits cancer survivors


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By BRYANT VANROSSEM

The Mirror reporter

Diggin the Cause, an event held at SPASH by the volleyball team on Sept. 27 is one of many events that SPASH holds for charity. Diggin the Cause is focused on breast cancer and raising money for research. The event has been held at SPASH for eight years now.

Diggin the Cause goal was to raise $10,000 for research. All profit was donated to Breast Care Fund in association with the Ascension/Saint Michael’s Foundation. SPASH does not have a total amount yet but it is over their goal of $10,000.

Julie Johnson the head coach of SPASH volleyball team, was very excited for Diggin the Cause and feels, “super proud every year. It’s a special night with tons of support from the school community,” said Johnson.

Diggin the Cause has a huge effect on the team that night, according to Hannah Meyer, a member of the SPASH volleyball team, “It gives a boost of confidence in the team and brings you together more,”  Meyer said.

That night was also a great night for the team. With the Digging the Cause victory, SPASH’s volleyball team record moved to 29-2.

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7 Responses to “Volleyball event benefits cancer survivors”

  1. Hlee on October 15th, 2018 11:06 AM

    Good job on writing such an interesting story. I didn’t know about this and this has really help me learn more about Diggin the Cause.

  2. Rachel Placeway on October 15th, 2018 11:08 AM

    I am glad to see that so many people support this event. I think the article was very well written and captured the significance of the event.

  3. Willow on October 15th, 2018 11:18 AM

    This is a wonderful cause to support. I am glad they could raise money for something so important.

  4. Justice Chukwuemeka on October 15th, 2018 11:21 AM

    Great article, good event, superb performance from the volleyball team.

  5. Madison Rindahl on October 15th, 2018 3:44 PM

    That’s awesome! I’m happy to read that they go over the limit of 10,000 that is so cool! I think this article is very important because it is a very serious topic and I find it great that our school does something like this. And I hope they continue to do it through out the years. This article was very good and was very well written.

  6. Soren Luther on October 15th, 2018 7:56 PM

    This was a good event and I think they should continue to hold events like this in the future. People should support each other in as many ways as possible. Cancer is a very big issue in today’s world and people should stand together to overcome this struggle.

  7. Maryann Silva on October 18th, 2018 8:44 AM

    Great article. Glad to see this at SPASH. Good job.

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