‘One of the guys’
Mutual benefits for CHS athletes, manager in wheelchair
“I got tired of sitting at home while other kids were doing stuff.”
That’s Tanner Webb’s simple explanation of how he got involved in serving as an athletics manager three years ago as a seventh-grader at Creston Middle School. He doesn’t let being in a wheelchair with spastic cerebral palsy slow him down.
So, the Creston/Orient-Macksburg wrestling team will be taking more than coaches, cheerleaders and five wrestlers to the state tournament this week. They will be joined by one of the most enthusiastic and dedicated team managers in the business.
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