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RHHS softball team aids in fight against disease
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Richmond Hill High School softball players surround George Washington Carver teacher Amber Jones, a breast cancer survivor and supporter of the Youth Survival Coalition, an organization that raises awareness about breast cancer in young woman. The Lady Wildcats raised $350 this year. The volleyball team also raised funds and will present a check at its next home game. RHHS softball coach Angie Hummeldorf said she and volleyball coach Ashleigh Davis-Lee think its important for their programs to be involved in the fight against the illness. We think its important for the young ladies on these teams to be aware about this issue and it is important to help those in our community/city and do what we can to help people recover from this terrible disease. We are dedicated to teaching our student-athletes the importance of giving back to the community. For our teams to be in a position to help create awareness and raise money to fight breast cancer is a great thing. We are also proud to support our local section of Youth Survival Coalition. - photo by Provided

Richmond Hill High School softball players recently raised money for the fight against breast cancer. 

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