Breast Cancer Awareness I Like It
October 6, 2010 by staff
Breast Cancer Awareness I Like It, It was a night of heart for Munster on Tuesday; the Mustangs defeated the Northwest Crossroads Conference opponent Hobart 25-13, 25-11, 25-20 in his first “Dig Pink” volleyball game Basketball awareness of breast cancer.
This is because cancer has touched the family Mustangs many different levels. Mom main songwriter Jenna Cecil, Kathy, recently diagnosed with a brain tumor. Mom has already beaten breast cancer.
JV players Emily and Bridget Anderson saw their battle with ovarian cancer mom. Mary Anderson has fought like a champ, too, and then some, 300 cupcakes for Tuesday’s game in honor of those women who fight against breast cancer.
Another JV player lost his mother to breast cancer when she was young girl.
He hit home in many ways and Munster coach Tracy Afman wanted to recognize this fact.
“All these women are so strong,” she said. “They are excellent role models for our girls because they are positive and they come to games as they can.
Mary Anderson has cancer of the ovary and she was so excited to do so, she made 300 cupcakes to share is in October if you focus on breast cancer … She is so unselfish and never thinks to herself she even made little cards that talk about the early signs of ovarian cancer. ”
All funds raised will be donated Tuesday to the Fund and the Ovarian Cancer Foundation Susan G. Komen.
Senior middle blocker Tiffany Madura wanted to make a statement on Tuesday, one of his good friends is Cecil Jenna if she wanted to put on a good show for Kathy.
“It’s a great cause,” said Madura, who finished with seven kills, three digs and an ace. “I do not know if it was all pink around us, but we really wanted to deliver a victory for all those affected by cancer. I’m really close to Jenna if I wanted to do something special for her and her mom. ”
Senior Heather Boyan was a terror for Munster (20-6, 7-2). The rookie from Western Kentucky finished with 15 kills, seven aces and five block kills. Cecil received a nice match, recording 20 assists, five digs and an ace.
“Our setters enjoy being there,” said Afman. “We have so many weapons at the net, but our setters are still very important to our success. The middle hitter is sometimes wide open out there because the batter off just had a great kill. So blockers have respect the two hitters. ”
Morgan Flaharty paved the way for masons (10-15, 1-8) with three kills and one block kill.
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