The Gloucester High School volleyball teams faced Menchville for the second time this season last Wednesday during the Dukes’ annual Pink-Out games. Despite more competitive matches than the previous bout, the Dukes teams still fell to the Monarchs.
The tradition of hosting a breast cancer awareness Pink-Out game was started seven years ago by coaches and students of GHS who have been affected by cancer in some fashion. The school usually donated a portion of proceeds from ticket sales to benefit charity, as well as hosting a raffle during the game.
This year, however, there was no raffle because there were no available volunteers. Despite this, it was still one of the most well attended games of the season.
After both of Gloucester’s teams were defeated in their last game against Menchville, they were both anxious for a shot at redemption. “We did not do as well as we could have in the last game so for us, this is definitely a rematch,” said Joshua Nichols, ...
To view the rest of this article, you must log in. If you do not have an account with us, please subscribe here.