WAXAHACHIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – On the very fields where Ollie Wiedemann helped his Waxahachie T-ball team to victory, the community remembered the 6-year-old as a bright light Thursday evening.

According to police, Phillip Oliver “Ollie” Wiedemann and his mother, Candace Harbin, 46, were found dead inside a parking garage in Ellis County. (courtesy: Wiedemann family via Facebook)

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Ollie’s father, John, was in the stands, proudly wearing his son’s number.

On August 23, Ollie was abducted by his mother who did not have custody. Investigators located their bodies inside a parked car.

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In his memory, Ollie’s T-ball team held a toy drive at the Waxahachie Sports Complex.

When Ollie would go to the park with his dad, he would grab a toy and then he would grab an extra toy for anyone that came to the park that didn’t have one,” said Kasey Solis, Ollie’s T-ball coach.

Coaches are aiming to donate the toys to Child Protective Services in Ollie Wiedemann’s name.

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The team will be accepting donations at the Waxahatchie Sports Complex next Tuesday, September 10, during their next game.