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Paskorz is staying positive

Steve Paskorz of Hampton high school (Allison Park, Pa.) worked hard during the offseason in order to bounce back from an ankle injury he suffered during his junior season. All the hard work had been paying off until he suffered another setback last weekend.

Steve Paskorz (6-foot-2, 220 pounds) labored through his junior year due to ligament damage he had suffered to his ankle. Eventually in the spring he decided it was best to have surgery to repair the damage. After a lengthy rehab and working to get into football shape, Paskorz finally began to hit stride. For the first time in over a year, he felt strong and he was able to perform at the level...

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