Generals give back to local high-school baseball programs

Edited by Chris Graham

The Waynesboro Generals have made contributions to the high-school baseball programs at Waynesboro, Wilson Memorial and Stuarts Draft as part of an ongoing commitment to benefit local youth baseball.

“When we bought the Generals, we wanted to be a community-oriented-type venture,” said Dave Gauldin, who purchased the team with Jim Critzer earlier this year, at an event at Waynesboro High School where the Generals owners presented a check for $500 to Mel Morris, the school’s athletics director.

The team has also contributed $500 each to the baseball programs at SDHS and WMHS.