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Wounded knees

May 17, 2013

Wapakoneta High School sophomore Adam Henderson started on the varsity basketball team as a freshman and started on the Redskins football team as a sophomore at running back and defensive back. He also has promise in baseball, but this past year he had to deal with sitting on the bench from a serious knee condition that few athletes have recovered from — he will be back in the fall.

One Wapakoneta Redskin loves to be in the middle of the action every season.
With promise for a successful sophomore year on hand, this three-sport athlete then found himself on the sidelines, at the end of the bench watching the action.
For the complete story see the Saturday, May 18, edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.

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