There won’t be the usual blue and gold spirit colors in the Sulphur Springs High School gym tonight. It will be pretty with the color pink as the Sulphur Springs Lady Cats “Dig Pink.”“We wanted to join the cancer awareness efforts,” said Lady Cats head volleyball coach Brandi Small on their first time to participate in the October effort. “We hope all the fans will help us by wearing pink too. We hope it will go well.”
Sulphur Springs High School volleyball teams invite the public to join them in supporting their efforts to raise awareness and donations for cancer during Tuesday's games, start time is five p.m. for subvarsity with varsity set to begin at 6 p.m. against the visiting Royse City.
All are encouraged to wear pink along with the Lady Cat teams. The money collected for admission and the concession stand will be donated to breast cancer and multiple myeloma cancer funds, according to Lady Cats head volleyball coach Brandi Small. For more information see Sports Tuesday.
The seventh and eighth grade volleyball teams did well in recent action in Rains.
Sulphur Springs placed third in tournament play at Rains on Saturday. The SSMS Lady Cats first match against Van was a win in three games 15-25, 25-13, 15-11. Kendal Wallace led the Lady Cats in serving points with 12, Sarah Womack had eight points and Molly Johnston added four.