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Hiller Volleyball is Fighting Cancer.

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We are excited to be part of The Side-Out Foundation and its Dig Pink initiative for the 11th consecutive year, and we need your help to make our campaign successful! We believe education is key to increasing knowledge about breast cancer and fundraising is essential to support further research. Funds raised for Side-Out go toward a clinical trial specifically for patients with stage 4 breast cancer, the most advanced form of the disease and the least funded area of research.

On Tuesday, March 30th, Hopkinton High School will be hosting a Dig Pink volleyball match vs Westwood High School.

The fun begins at 3:30pm with the JV2 match at the Hopkinton High School Athletic Center with the JV1 match to follow at 4:45pm.

The Varsity match is set to start at 6:00pm at the Athletic Center.

All of the matches will be live streamed by HCAM, so check out the action by following this link: ! The Hopkinton and Westwood players, coaches and fans can look forward to a special evening of volleyball, raffles, prizes and fun. Join us virtually on Dig Pink night, and wear something pink!

You are welcome to support our campaign by donating to the link on this page, or by buying raffle tickets or pink balloons from any Hopkinton volleyball player or coach. The raffle basket winning tickets will be chosen immediately following the Varsity match, during the broadcast!

Tickets and pink heart decoration balloons are $5 each or can purchase 5 for $20 in any combination. Buy a balloon and dedicate it to a special someone who is battling or has fought cancer. Names will be printed on each balloon sold and they will be our gyms decoration the night of the match.

Raffle basket winners will be chosen immediately following the Dig Pink match vs Westwood next Tuesday, March 30th (and broadcast live I hope!)
Basket themes are “Support Local Businesses” (local gift cards) and “Beach”. Still waiting on the other prize basket themes...

Thank you so much for helping us to make an impact.

Go Hillers!