Florida – Carmine Lane

POWER SHOWCASE “FUTURE STARS “

FLORIDA REPRESENTATIVE

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CARMINE LANE

5’6 / 115

2B / 3B

R/R

AGE: 12

Playing in:

FUTURE STARS

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ATHLETIC INFORMATION
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Primary Pos: 2B
Secondary Pos: 3B
Bat: Right
Throw: Right
Arm Velocity (MPH): xBTA: .550

Home Runs Hit (Spring): 8

 

 

  SCHOOL INFORMATION
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Grade:  7

Western Academy Charter

Royal Palm Beach FL

T.T. Coach: Kevin McCluskey

SOUTH FLORIDA SAILFISH

 

CONTACT INFORMATION
Thomas & Cherri Lane FL-LANE-9TH-MIAMI-WELCOME-DINNER-9TH-PROFILE

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WATCH CARMINE’S 8TH ANNUAL POWER SHOWCASE HIGHLIGHT VIDEO

FL CARMINE LANE Carmine has partnered with Daniella for Home Runs that Help.

ROYAL PALM BEACH, Fla. — A Loxahatchee Groves 12-year-old is using his athletic skill to support a classmate with a rare form of bone cancer.Carmine Lane is working with ‘Home Runs That Help’ .It’s a community outreach initiative which is part of the International Power Showcase happening at Marlins Park this week.

Carmine has partnered up with a good friend, 12-year-old Daniella Parra, who was diagnosed with bone cancer a few years ago.

Since then she’s been home-schooled and on crutches.

Carmine needs your help raising money and collecting pledges for Daniella who will be spending all of next week in a hospital.

CLICK HERE to make a donation and to play a part in Daniella’s road to recovery.

ESPN 106.3 on WPTV’s Emerson Lotzia has more on Carmine and Daniella’s friendship in the video attached.

Read more: http://www.wptv.com/dpp/sports/carmine-lane-of-loxahatchee-groves-is-hitting-home-runs-to-help-raise-money-for-his-sick-classmate#ixzz2ow4KfPm3

In July of 2012, Daniella , a fun loving, sweet 9 year old classmate of Carmine and 5th grader at Western Academy Charter School, who loved to play tennis, read, do crafts and hang out with her friends came home and told her mom that her leg hurt.  No big accident, nothing to raise any flags, just some leg pain. After visiting the doctor and having blood work ran, Daniella’s family was given the most terrifying news any family can face.  Their oldest daughter of 3 (all girls) was diagnosed with Osteogenic Sarcoma. Daniella has gone through several surgeries in her right leg and has just completed her chemotherapy. She has begun the long journey of physical therapy and remains homebound and unable to attend school with her friends.Carmine is hoping to raise funds to help ease the financial burden that Daniella’s family has been handed… Daniella’s treatments have all been in Miami and between taking time off of work and travel cost the family has depleted any savings they had.Carmine also helps to bring attention to this horrible childhood disease and let other children that are fighting Osteogenic Sarcoma will see that there is hope for a brighter future.

 

Osteosarcoma is the eighth most common form of childhood cancer, comprising 2.4% of all malignancies in pediatric patients, and approximately 20% of all primary bone cancers.[1]

Incidence rates for osteosarcoma in U.S. patients under 20 years of age are estimated at 5.0 per million per year in the general population, with a slight variation between individuals of black, Hispanic, and white ethnicities (6.8, 6.5, and 4.6 per million per year, respectively). It is slightly more common in males (5.4 per million per year) than in females (4.0 per million per year).[1]

It originates more frequently in the metaphyseal region of tubular long bones, with 42% occurring in the femur, 19% in the tibia, and 10% in the humerus. About 8% of all cases occur in the skull and jaw, and another 8% in the pelvis.[1]

Prevalence[edit]

Osteogenic sarcoma is the sixth leading cancer in children under age 15.[citation needed] Osteogenic sarcoma affects 400 children under age 20 and 500 adults (most between the ages of 15-30) every year in the USA.[citation needed] Approximately 300 of the 900 will die each year. A second peak in incidence occurs in the elderly, usually associated with underlying bone pathology such as Paget’s disease of bone