Boiling Springs, S.C. – Members of the North Greenville softball team volunteered at the Carolina Miracle League games Thursday evening.
The Carolina Miracle League is a charitable organization that provides children with mental and/or physical challenges an opportunity to play baseball as a team member in an organized league. Every child gets a turn at bat and in the outfield and every child crosses home plate. The point of the game is less about baseball and more about fun. The Crusaders assisted players at bat, moving around the bases and in the field.
"The team looks forward to working with the miracle league every year," says head coach Sarah Hall. "It is so sweet to see the players loving those sweet kids and enjoying time with them."
The Crusader softball and volleyball team have volunteered at Carolina Miracle League games in the past as buddies and were happy to return to Miracle Park.
"Miracle League is something that I look forward to every year," said sophomore outfielder Brooke Wade. "Having the opportunity to watch the kids play and have fun is such a blessing!"
The Miracle League gives these children the opportunity to get out in the sunshine and enjoy playing the game of baseball in its purest form. For more information about the Carolina Miracle League visit the organization's website here.