Results from Tuesday’s MISD volleyball action and details on a special upcoming event:
McKinney North volleyball hosted Wylie High School along with Parents Night and Middle School Night. North lost the varsity match 3-0, falling 12-25, 21-25, 20-25. Varsity was lead by Sarah Carlise and Taylor McAllister offensively in kills and were lead by Maddie Grider in defense with 13 digs as the team contributed 42 in the loss.
North’s subvarsity teams had an outstanding night. The North Freshman Navy team hosted The Colony and won their match 2-0. The North Freshman Orange and JV both won their respective matches 2-0 against Wylie.
Highland Park defeated McKinney High 3-1, rallying past the Lionettes to win 23-25, 25-19, 25-14, 25-10.
McKinney Boyd dominated outmatched Garland Lakeview Centennial 3-0, winning 25-1, 25-8, 25-7.
McKinney North will host McKinney High School on Friday, October 14th for the Cros town show down and will also be hosting Dig Pink in support of Breast Cancer awareness.
Dig Pink Match Information: Support a Great Cause!
McKinney High School and McKinney North High School volleyball players set aside their rivalry and join forces to battle breast cancer. Their annual Dig Pink event is scheduled for this Friday, October 14, 2011 at 6:30 PM at McKinney North High School. The volleyball players are currently selling t-shirts, car magnets and bracelets to help raise awareness. These items are also available through Coach Wible. All funds raised will be donated to the Side-out Foundation. (http://www.side-out.org/)
The Side-out Foundation was established in 2004 to unite volleyball players and coaches and to have them work toward a common goal of furthering breast cancer awareness, education and patient services. The foundation is a support and advocacy organization dedicated to making a significant and identifiable difference in the lives of breast cancer patients and their families by supporting clinical trials, increasing compassionate support services and educating communities.
MHS volleyball players would love to see the stands packed with fans wearing pink to support this cause on Friday at McKinney North High School.