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Dave Riddle shows young baseball players proper pitching form during a skills clinic fundraiser put on by San Clemente Little League. Courtesy photo
Dave Riddle shows young baseball players proper pitching form during a skills clinic fundraiser put on by San Clemente Little League. Courtesy photo

San Clemente Times

On October 26 the San Clemente Little League rallied together to put on a fundraiser for Saylor Voris, a San Clemente High sophomore who is battling leukemia. The San Clemente Little League board decided to put on a pancake breakfast and skills clinic fundraiser, with proceeds going towards Voris’ medical bills, according to San Clemente Little League president Sam Masotto.

Over 25 players participated in the skills camp, which went for three sessions, and over 60 breakfast meals were served. There were also clothing and equipment exchanges, where parents could pick up used bats and gloves in exchange for a donation. In all, $1,500 was raised for the cause.

Members of the San Clemente High baseball team were on hand to help with the clinic. Coaches Steve Hendricks, Dave Riddle and Richard Mercado also helped instruct the players in attendance.

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