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Community rallies around two families struck by illness

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By Matt Gunn

The Wiggins and Gillman families have had intersecting lives in the Columbine community.

In the 2006 high school baseball championship, Nick Wiggins’ two-run single tied the game for Columbine High School. C.J. Gillman helped win it in extra innings on a squeeze play in the bottom of the ninth.

Now Nick and C.J. each have a younger sibling who has recently spent significant time in the hospital.

And both families are grateful for the support they have received from the community.


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