Greenville Lady Comets To Hold Benefit For Schreiber Family

The Greenville Lady Comets have dubbed Friday night’s game against Litchfield “Team Schreiber Night” to show support for one of their teammates whose mom was recently diagnosed with cancer.

“We’re having a bake sale, we’re going to auction off some cakes and we’re going to auction off the basketball that night after the basketball game,” Greenville High School Athletic Director Joe Alstat told WGEL. “We’re trying to benefit them as best we can.”

The JV game starts at 6:00 p.m. and the varsity game will follow. As part of the benefit, the Lady Comets will hold a Cake Auction at halftime of the varsity game. Because Wednesday’s game was cancelled, senior night festivities will also take place Friday. This will be the last regular season game for the Lady Comets before the start of regionals.

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