“Wyatt Marini Night” at Northeast Guilford High School TONIGHT(April 1):Check out the ‘TwitterView’ of the NEG field

Posted by Andy Durham on March 31, 2015 at 5:05 pm under High School | Comments are off for this article

Wyatt Marini plays junior varsity baseball for the Northeast Guilford Rams and he had to go in for emergency surgery last week at the Brenner’s Children’s Hospital in Winston-Salem…

Wyatt had a brain tumor successfully removed and now he is in the recovery stages and he is going to need for you to keep him in your thoughts and prayers for an extended period of time..…

Wyatt has ties to both the Northwest Guilford and Northeast Guilford communities, having played baseball as a Viking for Coach Sonny Gann, at NWG last season(2014)….

Coach Brad White and Coach Chris Suggs at Northeast Guilford have put together a “Wyatt Marini Night” for TONIGHT, April 1, at Northeast Guilford High School where Northwest Guilford and Northeast Guilford will meet in both JV and Varsity baseball games and TONIGHT will be dedicated to Wyatt Marini…JV’s at 4:30/5pm and the Varsity game will get going at around 7/7:30pm….

There will be many items on sale and a major portion of all the proceeds will go to Wyatt Marini’s family to help in his care during this time of need…”Wyatt Marini Night”, coming up TONIGHT at Northeast Guilford High School and both the NEG and NWG teams and communities will be participating

Keep Wyatt Marini at the top of your list for thoughts and prayers, as this young man can use a boost at this time…

Help all of those that are looking to lift Wyatt Marini back up and the BIG push is on, to get Wyatt Marini well, back on his feet and back on that baseball field at NEG soon….

*****Remember “Wyatt Marini Night” at Northeast Guilford High School TONIGHT.*****

CLICK HERE to see the field prior to the games….Be sure to check out that ‘TwitterView’ courtesy of Coach Chris Suggs and mowing courtesy of Coach Brad White…Can you see that WM cut into the field??? You know you can and it looks good…


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