The SCW Blackhawks presented flowers and threw pink mini volleyballs to fans during the starting lineup for their Dig Pink night at Sanborn Central on Tuesday, Oct. 29. Every year, they wear pink jerseys for at least one game to acknowledge Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

In observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the SCW Lady Blackhawks hosted a Dig Pink Night at their last home volleyball game on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at Sanborn Central. Kaylee White spearheaded the organization of the event as her senior project. There was a silent auction, bake sale and chuck-a-duck. They also had a pink and white volleyball signed by all the volleyball players that was sold at a live auction with local auctioneer, Justin Dean, taking bids. All proceeds went to the Heart and Sole Cancer Walk and the Relay for Life. 

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The 43rd Annual Sanborn County American Cancer Society Benefit Basketball Tournament will be held Saturday, Nov. 16 at Sanborn Central.    

The girls’ games will begin at 9 a.m. with SCW vs. JVC, followed by WS vs. Ethan. The third and fourth place game will be next followed by the championship game. The boys’ games will begin at approximately 1 p.m. with SCW vs. WS, followed by Ethan vs. MV/P.  The third and fourth place game will be next, followed by the championship game.  

This is a benefit tournament. Admission will be $5 for adults and $2 for students.  Door prizes will be given out throughout the day.

The board is looking for additional members.  If you are interested, call Karen Krueger 796-4512 or Lynn Brueske 796-4516.

The week of volleyball started a little sourly for the Lady Blackhawks when they traveled to Hitchcock to take on the Hitchcock-Tulare Patriots on Tuesday, Oct. 22. The junior high girls started the night with a loss of three sets with scores of 5-25, 12-25 and 5-15. The JV added another win to their record with set scores of 25-8 and 25-9, but the varsity ended the night with a tough loss in three sets with scores of 21-25, 19-25 and 15-25.

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