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The challenges have been plenty since Jason Bauer first learned he had Glioblastoma, a malignant tumor affecting the brain or spine, for which there is no cure. It all began the night before Williamston’s district opener last season, Bauer was experiencing severe headaches, so strong that during the practice he repeatedly referred to his players by the wrong name.
The next afternoon, Bauer called assistant coach Tom Lewis asking if he could coach the district playoff game against Lansing Sexton because he was about to go in for brain surgery. The doctors operated that evening and were able to remove 98 percent of two tumors, but there was a third in the center of Bauer’s brain positioned in such a way it was too dangerous to try and remove. The Hornets responded by not only beating Sexton but also, reaching the state semifinals, upsetting three higher-ranked opponents including the defending Class B champs.
The Bauers continue to battle as he receives multiple treatments, including ones not yet FDA approved but the tumor that remains continues to grow. With so much difficulty surrounding the Bauer family, members of the Williamston basketball community is rallying to send the family to Disney World for a full week just before Christmas, and the goal for the Battle-4-Bauer is to raise $15,000 to cover not only the cost of the trip but help with medical expenses as well.
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