SHAWNEE, Kan. -- A new beginning for a standout high school baseball player paralyzed in a diving accident.
Seventeen-year-old Nolan Sprague was hanging out with friends, back in August, before the start of the school year. He dove into a neighborhood pool and broke his neck in the process.
Sprague has spent the last month and a half at a rehabilitation hospital in Denver. On Sunday, he came home. He met up with friends and family at Strike Zone Baseball in Shawnee.
"I got out and went down and felt for a pulse and there wasn't one," recalls Jim Griffin of the September incident. "I rolled him over and turned out it was one of my kids."
LAKEWOOD, Ohio– A couple of wrestling coaches at St. Edward High School are being credited with saving the life of a young athlete, who collapsed during practice last week. Assistant Coach Mark Jayne told Fox 8 News, “The student athlete was gasping, could not breath, there was like long gaps in between, so I know that does not count as breathing and he wasn’t responding.” Jayne, who teaches CPR in his health class and certifies students, faculty and staff, grabbed […]