High propagandize rivals play together for former actor diagnosed with ALS
April 19, 2017 - als
Raleigh, N.C. — High propagandize ball teams from opposite Raleigh are entrance together this week to measure for ALS research.
A Thursday night doubleheader featuring Broughton, Millbrook, Sanderson, and Leesville high schools has been dubbed a Chris Combs Baseball Classic in respect of a Broughton and NC State alum diagnosed with a illness in final spring.
Combs, a 1993 connoisseur of Broughton High School, played ball during State and in a teenager leagues before being diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also famous as Lou Gehrig’s disease. Over time, ALS claims a haughtiness cells that control flesh movement, eventually paralyzing a sufferer.
Combs, an associate jaunty executive for a NC State Wolfpack Club, is a impulse for a group that will embody area high propagandize ball players from 4 schools participating in the annual Triangle ALS Walk on Saturday.
Before a walk, a teams will play during NC State’s Doak Field on Thursday night – Sanderson vs Leesville will play during 5:30 and Millbrook vs Broughton will play during 8 – with sheet deduction to advantage a ALS Association of NC.