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From STORM SPOTLIGHT   |   2/16/19

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Reese was born with a bilateral cleft lip and palate. The condition has required him to undergo 15 major surgeries with at least one more planned. The condition seriously impacts not only a person’s appearance and speech but also their breathing, hearing and other important senses.

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Boswell senior overcomes adversity

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Reese’s childhood fascination with trains has grown into a desire to study mechanical engineering in college.

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Boswell senior overcomes adversity

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Reese Daily, left, and his mother Autumn Morehouse, remember the bullying and abuse Reese was subjected to as a child because of his cleft palate. Reese’s ability to persevere in his studies with the support of his family and community enabled him to successfully apply for a Horatio Alger Nationwide Scholarship. He is one of only 109 students in the country to receive the award.

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Boswell senior overcomes adversity

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Shown are SE Women’s Savage Storm players Jordan Benson, left, and Katie Branam, right. The Storm played the East Central Tigers Thursday evening at Bloomer Sullivan Arena.

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SE player Briley Moon goes up against an East Central player Thursday at Bloomer Sullivan Arena.

Neely Noel dribbles the ball during the SE Savage Storm game with East Central University.

Alix Robinson is about to shoot a free throw. The SE Women’s Storm played the East Central Tigers on Thursday at Bloomer Sullivan Arena.

Kevin Buckingham prepares to shoot a free throw during the game with East Central.

From SE downs rival Tigers   |   2/15/19

SE Savage Storm player DJ Henderson faces an East Central Tiger player Thursday at Bloomer Sullivan Arena.

From SE downs rival Tigers   |   2/15/19

SE Women’s Savage Storm and East Central Tigers are shown during a game Thursday at Bloomer Sullivan Arena. #MyDurant T-shirts are shown in the foreground.

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