Posted April 17, 2013 on
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Wake Forest says it is donating the ticket proceeds from it weekend baseball series against Boston College to a fund to help families affected by the Boston Marathon bombing.
School officials said Wednesday that the proceeds will go to The One Fund Boston. It was created by Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino.
The school also says it will have staff members on hand to accept donations from fans.
There are four players on the Demon Deacons' roster from the Boston area, and coach Tom Walter says ''our team feels a connection with the Boston College team and the city of Boston.''
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Wake Forest will hold their annual Spring Football Game on Saturday, April 20th at BB&T Field. Curtis Burston, a 6-foot-2, 210-pound wide receiver out of Middle Creek High School in Apex, N.C. is expected to be one of the many recruits in attendance.
Wake Forest (N.C.) Wake Forest-Rolesville playmaker Chris Love will continue his football career at East Carolina.
Wake Forest is back to combing through the fertile South Florida region for talent. Last Wednesday they extended an offer to Jaboree' Williams out of Fort Lauderdale High School. The 6-foot-1, 217-pound linebacker now has eight early offers to his credit but he was especially delighted to receive one for the Deacons staff.