ERHS Dig Pink Game

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ERHS Dig Pink Game

Honor those who are fighting cancer, who have survived cancer, or who have been taken by cancer.

Honor those who are fighting cancer, who have survived cancer, or who have been taken by cancer.

Amanda Hollis

Honor those who are fighting cancer, who have survived cancer, or who have been taken by cancer.

Amanda Hollis

Amanda Hollis

Honor those who are fighting cancer, who have survived cancer, or who have been taken by cancer.

Amanda Hollis, Journalist

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October is the month when we honor those who have survived, are fighting, and who have been taken by breast cancer. The Eleanor Roosevelt Girls Volleyball program had a Dig Pink game on October 2. Each player, manager, and coach honored a person who has been affected by not only breast cancer, but any cancer, and survived, is still fighting, or was taken.

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All Proceeds from the volleyball game went to Loma Linda Breast Center.

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All players had a rose with the person’s name whom they were honoring that night. “It felt inspiring to play even harder because you know you’re playing for those people. It also felt like a little part of them were still here and you got to remember and honor them,” said Kaylee Torres, who played for Manuel and Aurora Guerro, both taken by cancer.

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Coming together to support Patricia Zarate; our head coach, who has survived breast cancer.

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The shirt all players wore in support of cancer. “Playing for someone was a great motivator for me because I was honoring someone I love and would fight for. It feels good to know that if they could see me they would be proud and I would make them happy,” says Katahna Dixie, who played for Susie Marie Purnell, still fighting.

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The Junior Varsity team plays in honor of the people that they chose.

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All players wore their pink jersey in honor of breast cancer.

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At Dig Pink all the parents came together to make food to raise money for people who are fighting breast cancer.

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Celebrating after freshman, Junior Varsity, and Varsity won all their games.