Minnesota legislature takes a crack at concussion prevention in youth sports
Maddie Hastings doesn’t remember much about the concussion she suffered on the soccer field two years ago. After her team scored a goal Hastings, 15 at the time, returned to the center line and as the other team restarted the ball, Hastings did what any center mid-fielder would do — she charged. Only instead of stopping the team from advancing, Hastings ended up taking a hard ball to the face, breaking her nose.
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