Girls’ Volleyball wins Dig Pink Game


The Dig Pink game raises money for the Side-Out Foundation for breast cancer research

By Katelyn Ryan and Zach Willen

The Methacton Varsity volleyball team hosted their annual Dig Pink game on Wednesday, October 12 against the Boyertown Bears. The Warrior’s record before the game was 14-1 and the Bears 10-9. The Warriors played a great game, winning 3-1. The girls fought hard for their last set win that night. Many great rallies, servers, and kills were seen from the girls that night.

Standing out for Methacton were Senior Amanda Baldwin and Junior Kayla Ginther, leading the warriors to the victory. Additionally playing prominent roles were senior Abigail Wanaselja, junior Rachel Pettine, junior Jordan Toth, and sophomore Mianna Ly.

The student section was loud, supportive, and cheered the Warriors on through the whole game. The game was certainly a full dig pink game, the stands full of students and family wearing pink. The team plays a Dig Pink match each season to raise money for the Side Out Foundation, a charity doing research for those living with metastatic breast cancer. The team raised around $2,500 from selling raffle tickets and T-shirts.