Wednesday, February 29, 2012
ESPNHS cites Greenhill athlete for charity work
Dallas Greenhill sophomore Logan McGill, a cross country runner and swimmer, has been recognized for her charity work by ESPNHS in its 18 Under 18 feature.
McGill, who was diagnosed with scoliosis in 2009, devised a plan to raise money for Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, where she received treatment.
She created the Race for the Curve charity that raises funds through relay teams training for and running in the Dallas White Rock Marathon. In 2010, its first year, the charity raised more than $71,000 for Scottish Rite Hospital.
Read more about McGill's work here.
The ESPNHS 18 Under 18 project honors 18 male and 18 female teen athletes for their inspirational work on and off the field. Learn more about them here.