The Pink Out night started with a spaghetti dinner, with all proceeds benefiting Coen Brown and family.

Throughout the night, a 50/50 raffle, pink shirts, pray for Coen bracelets, Cards for Coen, a group prayer and a special performance by the high school boys choir all took place throughout the night.

At the end of the night, the Sacred Heart JV won in three sets 25-11, 20-25, 15-13.  Varsity won in three sets 25-14, 25-11, 25-13.

“The real winner of the night was every single person that volunteered, donated, participated, and supported the Pink Out event.  Around $5,000 was raised for Coen Brown and his family. Thank you Lincoln Cardinals and Sacred Heart Gremlins. Thank you for a wonderful Pink Out night. Please continue to pray for Coen as he fights the biggest battle of his life on a court that very few experience.  Give Coen the courage to stay strong through the pain and find happiness in this difficult journey with God's help,” Head Coach Marlo Siron said.

The Gremlins are on the road Thursday as they travel to Green Ridge. JV plays at 5:30, followed by Varsity.

JV team record is 3-4 Overall and 2-1 in Conference.

Varsity team record is 12-3 Overall and 4-0 in Conference.



The JH girls A team beat Lincoln in two sets 25-17 and 25-19 Tuesday night.

Paisley Carl had three aces and three assists. Anna Carney had four aces, four kills and one block. Ava Judd had three aces and two kills and an assist. Addie Figgie had one kill and one dig. Birklie Martin had two aces.

The JH B team lost in 2 sets. 22-25 and 23-25. Molly Brown and Aspen Carl had several serves as well as Mariah Armstrong serving some rockets across the net. Next game is against Green Ridge at Green Ridge at 5:30.

The record for JH A is 9-2
The record for JH B is 2-2

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