Girls Basketball Has Pink Out Game Friday Night to Support the Fight Against Breast Cancer
by Valerie Coleman
Tomorrow, the 26th, the Walkersville Girls Basketball team play the Brunswick Roaders for this year’s pink out game to support the fight against breast cancer.
Senior Rian Wright said, “I think the pink out game should be a really good game since we will have a ton of supporters. Not only are they supporting us, but the fight against breast cancer. The atmosphere should be amazing and I’m looking forward to the game.”
“The pink out game is always exciting for our team and the spectators. It is a great night to recognize the people that had breast cancer because they’re fighting a battle. Our team is going to try our best for them and come out with a win,” added junior Megan Allen.
“This game is a great opportunity to raise awareness for breast cancer. All of us wearing pink shows we support those who have been affected by breast cancer in any way,” added junior Eve Bernardoni.
“I’m just excited to be able to support a cause that affects so many people’s lives and hopefully we will have a good crowd for this game,” added senior Sofia Bowers.
Junior Julie Wallace said, “I think we are really prepared for this game because we crushed Brunswick the last time we played them and we now know their strategy and how they play.”
“I think my team and I are prepared and ready for this game. If we come mentally and physically ready to play, we should have a good game and hopefully come out on top. Even though Brunswick is not that good and we have beat them before, we still need to play hard and not play down to their level,” added senior Hannah Rice.
Come out to support the girls basketball team and the fight against breast cancer this Friday, JV at 5:30pm and Varsity at 7pm. Best of luck to all the players and make sure to wear pink!