September 3, 2013 Advocacy, BFL News, Breaking Barriers Newsletter, Current Events 0 Comments
Koni Dole practices with the Huntley Project football team last week in Worden.

The NY Daily News reports: less than a year after a rising high school football player’s right leg snapped back during a game, which led to its amputation, the Montana senior is back on two feet and wiping the field with his competitors.

In Koni Dole’s first game of the season Friday, the Huntley Project high school senior snagged the ball and ran for two touchdowns on a prosthetic leg, helping lead his team to victory.

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