Humans of Western Branch: Putting the “Foot” in Football


Grace Geddings, Journalist

“I was at practice and one of my friends stepped on my foot, he was pretty big you know. And like an idiot, I kept playing on it and I had to go to the doctors,” Aiden Lorsong, 10, said. “We figured out I had a sprained ankle and a bone contusion so I had to wear a boot for like two weeks. I also did rehab for the past three weeks where I had to pick up sponges with my toes. I decided to play in the Oscar Smith game even though I was still hurt and ended up getting hurt again in the first quarter.”