PHILADELPHIA – The girls’ volleyball team at Archbishop Ryan High School will be hosting Bishop McDevitt for a league match Sept. 28 at 5:30 p.m. with a special emphasis. The team will be raising money for Autism.
“I was really impressed that they chose this cause,” said head coach Nora Kramer. “I strongly believe in the saying, ‘We have to serve to serve’ and our girls have truly risen to the occasion.”
Last year, the team raised money for organ donor awareness.
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