Kingsley sophomore excels at baseball despite spinal condition

Kingsley sophomore Zach Radtke was born with Spina Bifida, a spinal cord condition that negatively affects the nerves in his legs. Even though his parents were told that Zach would likely be confined to a wheel chair, he's overcome the odds and is doing it all for the Kingsley junior varsity baseball team: pitching, catching and leading the team in RBIs. And as Jeff Johnson reports, when Zach steps on the field, he provides the best leadership any coach can ask for.

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