By Ben Garrett
Courtesy of the Independent Herald
A well-respected Oneida youth sports referee died unexpectedly Monday morning, two days after being struck in the head by a baseball.
Jami Huling, 39, of Oneida, died at her home Monday morning, reportedly of a suspected aneurysm.
According to a family friend, Huling was struck in the head with a baseball while umpiring a youth league game at a benefit baseball tournament in Rockwood on Saturday.
Reportedly, she had complained of a headache before collapsing Monday.