May 17, 2018 12:46 PM SHARE Olathe North senior Brandon Clark suffered a stroke last Halloween. Doctors told him he’d never run again. He’s back, though, and looking to defend his Kansas Class 6A track title. Sam McDowell Olathe North High senior Brandon Clark suffered a stroke last fall. A doctor told him he’d never run again. But he won the Sunflower League 800-meter championship last week. Courtesy of Dwayne Fuhlhage 1 of 2 i By Sam McDowell [email protected] LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Reddit Print Order Reprint of this Story The 17-year-old boy wanted to yell for help, wanted to tell his mom that his life was replaying through his mind as he drifted in and out of consciousness. But no sound would come out.Strapped to a gurney inside an ambulance, he felt mentally aware but physically paralyzed, unable to answer an onslaught of questions, unable to ask, “Am I going to be OK?”“If I’m being completely honest with you,” he says, “I didn’t think I was going to make it.”Four months later, Olathe North High School senior Brandon Clark was running on a track behind his high school when the memory of that night returned. He had circled the track… Read full this story
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