Rivals assist Little Hearts Big Smiles


Members of the Wilmington and Hillsboro high school baseball teams recently raised money for the Little Hearts Big Smiles foundation. The two rival schools raised more than $1,000 for the LHBS foundation, WHS coach Dustin James said. The teams gathered Sunday at the WHS diamond to formally make the donation. The two teams sold “Strike Out Autism” T-shirts and bracelets. “I was happy when (Hillsboro) coach (Matt) Garman asked me about this fundraising opportunity and having a foundation game,” James said. “Little Hearts Big Smiles is a great foundation that helps in big ways. I hope we can continue to raise money to help support their cause.”

Members of the Wilmington and Hillsboro high school baseball teams recently raised money for the Little Hearts Big Smiles foundation. The two rival schools raised more than $1,000 for the LHBS foundation, WHS coach Dustin James said. The teams gathered Sunday at the WHS diamond to formally make the donation. The two teams sold “Strike Out Autism” T-shirts and bracelets. “I was happy when (Hillsboro) coach (Matt) Garman asked me about this fundraising opportunity and having a foundation game,” James said. “Little Hearts Big Smiles is a great foundation that helps in big ways. I hope we can continue to raise money to help support their cause.”


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The Wilmington and Hillsboro high school baseball teams raised money for the Little Hearts Big Smiles foundation. The two rival schools raised more than $1,000 for the LHBS foundation, WHS coach Dustin James said. The teams gathered Sunday at the WHS diamond to formally make the donation. The two teams sold “Strike Out Autism” T-shirts and bracelets. “I was happy when (Hillsboro) coach (Matt) Garman asked me about this fundraising opportunity and having a foundation game,” James said. “Little Hearts Big Smiles is a great foundation that helps in big ways. I hope we can continue to raise money to help support their cause.”

Members of the Wilmington and Hillsboro high school baseball teams recently raised money for the Little Hearts Big Smiles foundation. The two rival schools raised more than $1,000 for the LHBS foundation, WHS coach Dustin James said. The teams gathered Sunday at the WHS diamond to formally make the donation. The two teams sold “Strike Out Autism” T-shirts and bracelets. “I was happy when (Hillsboro) coach (Matt) Garman asked me about this fundraising opportunity and having a foundation game,” James said. “Little Hearts Big Smiles is a great foundation that helps in big ways. I hope we can continue to raise money to help support their cause.”
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_HillsWilmyLHBS-1.jpgMembers of the Wilmington and Hillsboro high school baseball teams recently raised money for the Little Hearts Big Smiles foundation. The two rival schools raised more than $1,000 for the LHBS foundation, WHS coach Dustin James said. The teams gathered Sunday at the WHS diamond to formally make the donation. The two teams sold “Strike Out Autism” T-shirts and bracelets. “I was happy when (Hillsboro) coach (Matt) Garman asked me about this fundraising opportunity and having a foundation game,” James said. “Little Hearts Big Smiles is a great foundation that helps in big ways. I hope we can continue to raise money to help support their cause.” Courtesy Photo