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Showing support to mom starts with forgiveness
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Wednesday, March 26, 2014 6:41 AM

BY JOE SHOUSE

Correspondent

HAVILAND – For many Wayne Trace High School students the focus the last couple of weeks was on the Raider basketball team and their tournament run. The season ended back on Saturday, March 15 with a loss on the Bowling Green floor to the eventual state champions from Crestview. And while the Raiders have the memories of a great season and a deep tournament run, for one student, it wasn’t a trip to Bowling Green, but a trip to Columbus that was a priority. Far more important than basketball was seeing how fragile life is and how to forgive in the midst of uncertainty.

Wayne Trace sophomore Cory Pinson, who plays the alto saxophone in the Wayne Trace marching band is a kid anxious to get his driver’s license, but last weekend a telephone call came that forced the 16-year-old to grow up a little bit.