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Posted: May 21, 2014
By CALEB M. SOPTELEAN
ELKTON — A broken wrist came in handy for East Rockingham High’s Ty Reed, who is one of four candidates from ERHS for the Daily News-Record’s 2014 Leadership Award.
Reed broke his wrist during...
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