The Downey Legend

Think Pink!

To show support, for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this October, Kyle Vasquez, 11, and his baseball teammates sport their “Team Emma” shirts for Vasquez’s mother who is currently battling breast cancer. “We’re a team,” Arnulfo Serrano, 11, said. “It’s family.”

Esmeralda Martinez, Copy Editor

October 21, 2015

During the month of October, people recognize those who have suffered, fallen, and conquered breast cancer. In order to promote awareness, junior, Kyle Vazquez, has openly discussed how breast cancer has affected his life. Along with Vazquez, a new addition has been added to the list of clubs onto ...

Spreading pink beyond the campus

Moments before the beginning of the Downey vs. Warren Dig Pink volleyball game, on Sept. 27 in the gym, the Lady Vikes come together for their ritual huddle. Throughout the years, the team has been able to raise a total of $17,000 in support for finding a cure for breast cancer.

Marilyn Ramirez, Copy Editor/Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2012

No longer just a school event, the annual Dig Pink girls’ volleyball match has spread out much farther over the years, reaching out to the entire Downey community. The girls hosted their game on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the gym, where a flood of pink greeted attendees. The Lady Vikings played...

Girls volleyball thinks pink

Girls volleyball thinks pink

Camerynn Chase, Writer

October 18, 2010

The Lady Vikes dominated the Warren Bears Tuesday, Oct. 19, during the Volley for a Cure home volleyball game to help support the fight against Breast Cancer. The Downey varsity players won the first sets in a row with scores of 25-15, 25-12, and 25-14. Breanna Alcantara and Heather Schnars were just...

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