College of Cincinnati soccer workforce rallies behind 2-year-old battling most cancers

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The University of Cincinnati soccer team rallies behind the 2-year battle with cancer

Updated: 10:21 p.m. EDT May 29, 2021

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MOLLIE: A LITTLE GIRL FIGHTS A RARE CANCER BUT GETS SUPPORT FROM THE LOCAL SPORTS COMMUNITY. COURTIS: A FUNDRAISER WAS KEEPING NEAR THE UC CAMPUS. >> SHE WAS AMAZING, WE REALLY APPRECIATE IT. THE MEDICATION IS REALLY GOOD. SHE ONLY STARTED WITH THE HOPE THAT WE DON’T HAVE TO NEED SURGERY ON ARMS OR ANYTHING. COURTIS: LITTLE ADELINE CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHY ALL THESE PEOPLE GET TOGETHER FOR YOU, BUT THEY CALL THEMSELVES. >> BACK IN MARCH WE CELEBRATED YOUR FIRST BIRTHDAY. LATER WEEK SHE WAS DIAGNOSED WITH INFANTILE FIBROSE SARCOMA, IT IS A FAST GROWING CANCER. COURTIS: Maybe because it already shows that she is a warrior. >> TRAVIS KELSY DONATED A SIGNED HELMET, NEW JERSEY. JOZIA ZAGORA GOING TO UC AND NOW WITH THE GREEN BAY PACKERS DONATED A SIGNED JERSEY. WE HAVE OTHER MEMORBILA LUKE SICKELL SIGNED A FOOTBALL WES MILLER SIGNED A BASKETBALL. COURTIS: YOUR UNCLE HELD ROLL THE BALL. HE PLAYS FOOTBALL FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI. THEY BETTER BELIEVE IN HIS BEARCAT TEAMMATES AND MANY OTHERS SUPPORT YOUR SUPPORT. >> THE MEDICINE YOU MUST TAKE TO GET THOSE THOUSAND DOLLARS A MONTH. In a two year process we are trying to raise money to get through this. COURTIS: ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF PEOPLE’S GENEROSITY. People wanted to do something good for others. People in Clinton opened their doors to host the fundraiser. >> After last year with COVID, I feel like everyone needs this. You want to feel good and achieve something and be a part of it. THE GENEROSITY CINCINNATI PEOPLE HAVE SHOWED US EIGHT FROM DODO – GIVING SO MUCH, I AM PROUD TO BE OF CINCINNATI. COURTIS: WE ALL ARE. YOU’RE SET UP A GOFUNDME PAGE TO HELP. We will publish it on our website. THE

The University of Cincinnati soccer team rallies behind the 2-year battle with cancer

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Updated: 10:21 p.m. EDT May 29, 2021

The University of Cincinnati soccer team cheers for a special little fan. Two-year-old Adaline has an infantile fibrosarcoma. Adaline’s uncle Josh Whyle is a member of the UC soccer team and got his teammates to support this little cancer patient. The team held a fundraiser at Mio’s Pizza in Cifton on Saturday. If you’d like to help or donate, you can click here to go to the GoFundMe page set up for Adaline’s medication and travel expenses for treatment.

The University of Cincinnati soccer team cheers for a special little fan.

Two-year-old Adaline has an infantile fibrosarcoma.

Adaline’s uncle Josh Whyle is a member of the UC soccer team and got his teammates to support this little cancer patient.

The team held a fundraiser at Mio’s Pizza in Cifton on Saturday.

If you want to help or donate, you can Click here Check out the GoFundMe page set up for Adaline’s medication and travel expenses for treatment.