Wednesday, September 4, 2013

H.S. Football Player Has Leg Amputated After Game, Returns With Prosthetic And Scores Two TDs

Koni Dole sustained such a traumatic leg injury last October, that his leg needed to be permanently removed below the knee. Now he’s back on the field with an Oscar Pistorius-inspired-blade-prosthetic and clearly this hasn’t slowed him down. In his first game back on the field he scored two touchdowns and recorded one sack to help lead his high school team to a 45-0 victory.
But that's not all! Watch him squat 245 lbs not once, not twice but several times just five months after his surgery.
Oh, and he wrestles…
and one more thing, he's being offered a walk-on scholarship spot at Montana State University to play football.

1 comment:

  1. The bar cart is IT! Too perfect! Another amazing score! What we see all the first time we have learned the hard way not to break up are perfect! Looking caveman! It was a great weekend of football!