NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - The New Providence girls volleyball (16-10) had a big win against Watchung Regional High School (25-14, 25-18) on Saturday at their annual Dig Pink Game benefiting the Side-Out Foundation.

Side-Out Foundation unifies the volleyball community to drive change in the way that breast cancer is treated. "This year, with all of the support from our community we raised over $1,400," said head coach Alessandra Finis.  Mayor Al Morgan even stopped by to show his support. 

From the Side-Out website:

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Side-Out unites the volleyball community to impact change.
Each year, tens of thousands of volleyball players, coaches and families across the country join the growing Dig Pink® Movement. Together, they support the development of treatments that are giving stage IV breast cancer patients more quality time with their families and getting them closer to the day we find a cure.

Side-Out owns, funds, and manages game-changing breast cancer research, The Side-Out Protocol.
Through Side-Out’s programs, the volleyball community sponsors our clinical trials at renowned medical institutions across the country. The Side-Out Protocol uses a unique approach that is successfully extending the lives of those living with stage IV breast cancer.

Side-Out educates and empowers young athletes.
Dig Pink® and other Side-Out programs help participants develop skills such as teamwork, leadership and perseverance, giving them opportunities to live meaningful and impactful lives. Side-Out also invests in the future of young athletes by providing access to valuable breast cancer education and awarding college scholarships to Side-Out Ambassadors.