Levittown Little League holds benefit game for cancer victim Lorenzo Fernandez, who passed away in March

Lorenzo's mother and coaches say several of the

Lorenzo's mother and coaches say several of the players are still struggling with his death.

People of all ages stepped up to the plate Saturday to keep a boy’s legacy alive.

The Levittown Little League held an all-star benefit game in honor of Lorenzo Fernandez, who was 12 years old when he lost his battle with liver cancer this past March. Although Lorenzo's sport was soccer, league officials wanted to celebrate his short life and help raise money for other kids with cancer.


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