The Bear Creek School continued its support of the Side-Out Foundation to promote breast-cancer awareness and treatment at the 11th annual Dig Pink volleyball matches last month. This year for the first time, Bear Creek partnered with local rivals The Overlake School Owls to fill the Grizzlies’ gym with pink-clad students, parents and friends cheering for their respective teams. All ticket sales, concession and bake sale proceeds and T-shirt profits were donated to Side-Out, for a grand total of $2,751.87. In the varsity volleyball match, Overlake defeated Bear Creek (25-15, 15-21, 25-17). Photo courtesy of Cindy McCahill

The Bear Creek School continued its support of the Side-Out Foundation to promote breast-cancer awareness and treatment at the 11th annual Dig Pink volleyball matches last month. This year for the first time, Bear Creek partnered with local rivals The Overlake School Owls to fill the Grizzlies’ gym with pink-clad students, parents and friends cheering for their respective teams. All ticket sales, concession and bake sale proceeds and T-shirt profits were donated to Side-Out, for a grand total of $2,751.87. In the varsity volleyball match, Overlake defeated Bear Creek (25-15, 15-21, 25-17). Photo courtesy of Cindy McCahill

Bear Creek hosts 11th annual Dig Pink volleyball matches

Event supports Side-Out Foundation.

  • Thursday, November 21, 2019 11:35am
  • Sports

The Bear Creek School continued its support of the Side-Out Foundation to promote breast-cancer awareness and treatment at the 11th annual Dig Pink volleyball matches last month. This year for the first time, Bear Creek partnered with local rivals The Overlake School Owls to fill the Grizzlies’ gym with pink-clad students, parents and friends cheering for their respective teams. All ticket sales, concession and bake sale proceeds and T-shirt profits were donated to Side-Out, for a grand total of $2,751.87.In the varsity volleyball match, Overlake defeated Bear Creek (25-15, 15-21, 25-17).Photo courtesy of Cindy McCahill

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