Garden City drowning victima s coach: boy was always wonderful to be around
While there are still no signs of 13-year-old Lonnie Hill, who went missing in the ocean in Garden City Beach on Thursday, his baseball coach says there are plenty of positive memories of the boy.
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#1 Aug 6, 2009
im using my grandmas computer right now but i was there that week that lonnie drowned and dear god i hope they find lonnies body dead or alive and when i was down there the currents and tides were very strong that they could have scared anyone but i hope they find lonnie.
#2 Sep 27, 2009
I played in the same baseball tournament as the boy who died who played for one of the maryland teams. He was the same age as me (13). My whole team sent money to the parents of the boy who drowned because they were still searching for him. I was even at the beach with my team when he died and we still had i think two more days of the tournament left. 8 of the players went out and only 7 came back. I also vs. him the night before at his last game he'll ever play.
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