CHS and RVHS organize Volley for a Cure

| October 22, 2020

When Kayla Dulgar, a sophomore volleyball player for River View High School approached varsity assistant coach Stephanie Snyder about doing Volley for a Cure against Coshocton High School it wasn’t long before the game was on.

“I always loved to see the girls play as a little girl and it brings a whole other level of excitement when you are playing for a cause. I am so grateful to do this. I am very happy our seniors get to experience one last Volley and it’s against Coshocton, so that makes it even more exciting,” Dulgar said.

The River View team sold t-shirts, raffle tickets, gift bags and baked goods. The junior class donated a pumpkin gift bag for raffle and Coach Olinger, the Spirit Club,  National Honor Society, the junior high team, the freshman team all donated gift bags and other items for the raffle. Sophomores and seniors made baked goods. Josie Richard made cookies. Sophomores Bree Washington and Elizabeth McGown made signs to hang and put up streamers and decorations around the school and helped raise money at the bake sale.

Coshocton players Evelyn Hire and Kendall Shaw donated the “Skins” bag. Being their senior year, it is the second time they have done this.

“We’re really happy to be a part of Volley for a Cure. It’s always so much fun,” Shaw said.

“Whatever the outcome, we’re glad to be able to do it one last time” Hire said.

Both teams were excited to be engaging in the fight against breast cancer by dedicating one match this season as the Volley for the Cure.

Simultaneously, River View Boys Soccer Junior Varsity and Varsity teams with played Coshocton JV and Varsity in Kick for a Cure on the soccer field.

Combined efforts from both teams, student organizations and individuals raised $1,500 for breast cancer.

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