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Erica Knupp: Injury after injury

Regan Quinn, Reporter

March 30, 2016

Countless casts, three surgeries, thirty three months of therapy, eight hours a day hooked up to a machine, metal plates,  and an artificial knee cap are things most children do not have to go through.  As a fifth grader at the time, Erica Knupp had to deal with all of this and more.   On May 23, 2011, Knupp was slide tackled during a soccer game against Norwin.  Her knee was on the side of her leg.  Being so youn...

Diabetes: A Lifelong Struggle

Regan Quinn, Reporter

March 30, 2016

Excessive thirst, itchy hands and feet, loss of motivation, and weight loss are a few symptoms that Bailey Quinn experienced when her pancreas failed during her sophomore year of highschool.  Because of her weight loss and the fact that she was constantly drinking water, her mother was sure that she had an eating disorder.  Bailey said, “I did research on my own and told her that I have diabetes.  She took me to the ...

Tyler Bryant: Competitive Cheerleader

Regan Quinn, Reporter

March 30, 2016

PA Rage, a new gym with experienced cheerleaders, is dominating at their competitions.  As they travel to Pittsburgh, New Jersey, Ohio, Maryland, and Virginia, the team becomes closer as friends and teammates.   “We’re very close on the team since this is our third year cheering together and some of us hangout outside of cheer occasionally,” said Tyler Bryant.   The team is not only close to each other, but...

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