Volleyball girls Dig Pink

Print Article

  • Photos by TANNA YEOUMANS The stands were lined with pink-shirted supporters on both sides of the gym as the Badger volleyball team hosted Clark Fork on Oct. 2 in the Dig Pink breast cancer awareness event. Left photo: Maecie Lierman getting under the ball, colored pink and white in honor of the event.

  • 1

    Maecie Lierman getting under the ball, colored pink and white in honor of the event.

  • 2

    Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS The game against Clark Fork was unscored.

  • 3

    Jerzie Pluid jumps for the block during the Dig Pink game.

  • 4

    Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS Jerzie Pluid and Reese Lane jump for the block while Grace Villelli keeps an eye out.

  • 5

    Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS The bank and cheerleaders also dressed in pink to support the cause.

  • Photos by TANNA YEOUMANS The stands were lined with pink-shirted supporters on both sides of the gym as the Badger volleyball team hosted Clark Fork on Oct. 2 in the Dig Pink breast cancer awareness event. Left photo: Maecie Lierman getting under the ball, colored pink and white in honor of the event.

  • 1

    Maecie Lierman getting under the ball, colored pink and white in honor of the event.

  • 2

    Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS The game against Clark Fork was unscored.

  • 3

    Jerzie Pluid jumps for the block during the Dig Pink game.

  • 4

    Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS Jerzie Pluid and Reese Lane jump for the block while Grace Villelli keeps an eye out.

  • 5

    Photo by TANNA YEOUMANS The bank and cheerleaders also dressed in pink to support the cause.

BONNERS FERRY — On Oct. 2, the Badgers volleyball girls entered the Bonners Ferry High School gym wearing pink uniforms. The ‘Dig Pink’ event was hosted by the Badgers, with visiting team Clark Fork also dressed in pink. The stands on both sides of the gym were filled with pink shirts by visitors, the band, and the cheerleaders.

The Dig Pink event, put on by the Side Out Foundation, brings volleyball teams from all over the country, and even world, together to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer. The goal is to bring people together and encourage the athletes the importance of giving back to their communities. It is an easy way to get the teams fired up.

The game has no recorded score, but there were many people in the gym showing their support for the team and the cause.

The girls will be playing their first district game at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 15, and it is a loser-out game. The location is yet to be determined, but the game may be held at BFHS gym. For updated scheduling visit bfbadgers.com

Print Article

Read More Sports

Badgers earn dramatic win over Sandpoint

December 13, 2018 at 6:00 am | Bonners Ferry Herald BONNERS FERRY — With a cheering crowd backing his every move, Bonners Ferry wrestler Eli Richards recorded a pin in the final match, providing the Badgers with the winning points in their Dec. 4 dual...

Comments

Read More

Gun Club News

December 13, 2018 at 6:00 am | Bonners Ferry Herald ‘Dukes Claybusters’ school team Saturday, Dec. 1: We had just three school trap shooters today. Colin and Kamen were shooting at a rifle competition in Sandpoint today. All competitions are good e...

Comments

Read More

The Tuesday’s Trouble have finished thirteen weeks of bowling

December 13, 2018 at 6:00 am | Bonners Ferry Herald Zetta Graupner got high scratch game 171. Alice VanGundy got second high scratch game 170, high scratch series 449, second high handicap game 236, and second high handicap series 647. Helen Heritag...

Comments

Read More

BFHS boys rally past Cusick

December 06, 2018 at 6:00 am | Bonners Ferry Herald BONNERS FERRY — The Badger boys basketball team started the season with a 68-55 loss to Wallace on Nov. 27, and a 70-67 win over Cusick on Dec. 1. “I thought we got a good win against Cusick,” said ...

Comments

Read More

Contact Us

(208) 267-5521
Po Box 539
Bonners Ferry, Id 83805

©2018 Bonners Ferry Herald Terms of Use Privacy Policy
X
X