BHS girls soccer team makes a difference in ending world hunger

Over 300 meal boxes were packed by the BHS Lady Wolves soccer team members. That is equal to 65,664 meals and will feed 174 kids for one year.
According to Coach Megan Hill, the team has participated in Hunger to Hope in the past. 
Hill says, "It's a high energy, positive outreach project with music to help motivate and encourage you to be happy. I have been involved in Hunger to Hope at my previous school. Continuing to support From Hunger to Hope at Buford is a bonus. 

According to Hill,   the players watched a short video of a child's journey after they started receiving these manna pack meals. 
Hill said, "Our players can see who they are packing food for and the children they are helping." 
Along with her coaching staff, Coach Hill believes it's vital to involve the players in community outreach. "It's essential that student-athletes participate in community outreach projects. These student-athletes can start to see the bigger picture in life. Winning goes beyond just the soccer field, and winning in life includes helping others and being kind."
The BHS Lady Wolves varsity soccer team currently reigns undefeated with a 13 game winning streak and is ranked number one in the state for class 6A and nationally ranked number seven. 
Hill says her mission is to help develop her soccer players to become good people. She hopes that encouraging players to serve in community service projects will create awareness around global issues and inspire them to serve after their high school athletic days. 
Hill remarked, "I hope that they will see that people helping people is how we succeed in life. "