Linden girls’ volleyball off to its best start at 11-1; Tigers to host first ‘Dig Pink’ Oct. 25

Proceeds go for breast cancer awareness

PHOTO COURTESY OF CHRISTINE HUDAK/LINDEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS - The Linden girls’ volleyball team is having one of its best seasons ever in 2013. Standing, from left, are Nicole Tarnawski, Lissete Torres, Diana Trochimowicz, Jameela Burnham, Samantha Bowbliss, Karina Rosado, Magdalena Fleszar and Ashley Robles. Kneeling, from left, are Alexa Salermo, Susan Severino, Sophia Morin, Ines Pinto, Gissela Roberts and Tina Stanley.
PHOTO COURTESY OF CHRISTINE HUDAK/LINDEN PUBLIC SCHOOLS – The Linden girls’ volleyball team is having one of its best seasons ever in 2013. Standing, from left, are Nicole Tarnawski, Lissete Torres, Diana Trochimowicz, Jameela Burnham, Samantha Bowbliss, Karina Rosado, Magdalena Fleszar and Ashley Robles. Kneeling, from left, are Alexa Salermo, Susan Severino, Sophia Morin, Ines Pinto, Gissela Roberts and Tina Stanley.

The Linden girls’ volleyball team is off to its best start in school history.

Battle-tested seniors Samantha Bowbliss, Gissela Roberts and Ashley Robles have guided the team to an 11-1 record.

Junior captain Sophia Morin broke the school’s assist record this season and sophomore Jameela Burnham has emerged as the team’s leading hitter.

The Tigers will be hosting their first “Dig Pink” volleyball match against Oak Knoll Oct. 25.

Proceeds from the match will be donated to the Side-Out Foundation, a charity that raises money for breast cancer awareness and research.

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