PHS baseball holds fundraiser raffle


Proceeds go toward Florida trip

For the Daily Call



Provided photo Piqua High School Athletic Director Chip Hare, second from right, bought the first ticket in a fundraiser raffle for the baseball team’s upcoming trip to Tampa, Florida. Pictured with Hare, left to right, are student athletes Cory Cotrrell, Austin Davis, and Derrick Hite.


PIQUA — The first ticket sold in the baseball raffle fundraiser for a YETI cooler was sold to Piqua High School Athletic Director Chip Hare by Cory Cottrell, Austin Davis, and Derrick Hite.

All proceeds from ticket sales go toward a spring break trip to Tampa, Florida. This will be the first time in several years that the baseball team has taken a trip over spring break.

Raffle tickets are $10 each, available from any baseball player or by contacting Marcy Thomas at (937) 214-1931. Tickets also will be sold at the home basketball games on Dec. 1 and Dec. 15. The raffle drawing will be held on Monday, Dec. 18, in time for Christmas.

There also will be a fundraiser at Chipotle in Troy on Dec. 13, and another through Ernst Sporting Goods. For details about the latter fundraiser, visit https://www.piquabaseballfundraiser17.itemorder.com/sale.

Anyone wishing to make a donation to the trip can contact Chip Hare at the high school at (937) 773-6314, ext. 1014, or Marcy Thomas at the number above.

Provided photo Piqua High School Athletic Director Chip Hare, second from right, bought the first ticket in a fundraiser raffle for the baseball team’s upcoming trip to Tampa, Florida. Pictured with Hare, left to right, are student athletes Cory Cotrrell, Austin Davis, and Derrick Hite.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/11/web1_raffle.jpgProvided photo Piqua High School Athletic Director Chip Hare, second from right, bought the first ticket in a fundraiser raffle for the baseball team’s upcoming trip to Tampa, Florida. Pictured with Hare, left to right, are student athletes Cory Cotrrell, Austin Davis, and Derrick Hite.
Proceeds go toward Florida trip

For the Daily Call