Basketball teams to raise money for Trevor Foster

Trevor Foster
The Williamsburg Wildcats and Georgetown G-Men will be facing off Dec. 16 against a rival everyone wants beaten: childhood cancer.

Join the G-Men at Williamsburg High School as they battle one another and help raise money for a local boy with acute lymphocytic leukemia.

Trevor Foster, a fifth grade student at Georgetown Elementary, has been fighting against all since his diagnosis almost five years ago. He has been through countless hospital stays, chemotherapy and radiation treatments and now faces a possible hip replacement from the damage done by his cancer treatments.

In order to show support for his family and to raise money to help offset the costs of his care, all fans are asked to wear orange to the game. You can purchase a “No One Fights Alone” T-shirt to wear if you order by Dec. 9. Adult shirts are $10 and youth shirts are $8.

There will also be a raffle at halftime of the varsity game to include items such as a Snap Fitness three month membership, Moler Raceway season pass, a horse drawn carriage ride downtown, die cast metal toy tractors, and a $50 gift card from Kohl’s, to name a few.

Raffle tickets are $1 each or six for $5 and can be purchased ahead of the game at Williamsburg High School. You do not need to be present to win. Donations can also be made to the Trevor Foster Benefit Fund at the First State Bank of Adams County.

For more information, to purchase a T-shirt or raffle tickets, contact Kelly Posey at or (513) 543-1094.