16-Year-Old Basketball Player Suffers Stroke While in School, Kindergarten Student in Ohio Dies Suddenly
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16-Year-Old Basketball Player Suffers Stroke While in School
By: Jim Hoft, TPG, January2023:
On Tuesday night, a 16-year-old Odessa-Montour girls’ hoops standout suffered a stroke while in school.
Keyonna Garrison, an Odessa-Montour junior, had a stroke on January 5 and was hospitalized at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester after being treated at Guthrie Corning Hospital, Star Gazette reported.
According to a fundraising campaign created to help the family with medical expenses, Garrison had a blocked vertebral artery, causing her to have a stroke.
She had been in the intensive care unit (ICU) for quite some time, but after undergoing numerous tests and treatments, she was finally removed.
“Keyonna is still undergoing neurological tests to find a path forward and to repair the issue as well as physical therapy to recover motor skills. She is on the road to recovery but it will be a long and emotional journey,” an entry in the fundraising campaign reads.
Star Gazette reported:
Keyonna, 16, was discharged from Strong on Tuesday night, coach Gavich said. Her Grizzlies teammates fell by a 54-34 score to Edison earlier in the evening in Elmira Heights to drop to 6-4.
Before the national anthem, those in the gym responded to a request from Edison athletic director/dean of students Mike Bennett with an extended ovation in support of Garrison. Gavich said later Garrison received encouraging news Tuesday when she learned surgery won’t be required to repair a damaged blood vessel.
As of late Tuesday night, the GoFundMe for Keyonna had raised more than $14,000. Edison’s girls basketball program presented a donation envelope to Gavich.
“They’re still hopeful for a full recovery and she’s back playing sports as a senior,” Gavich said. “That’s as good as we can hope for.”
Garrison became ill during gym class Thursday morning. Gina Gavich, Greg’s daughter, noticed her on the gymnasium floor and thought Garrison possibly twisted an ankle. She told her father and Greg immediately went to check on her. He received no response from Garrison as nurses treated her.
Kindergarten Student in Ohio Dies Suddenly
By Cullen Linebarger, TPG, January 11, 2023:
Tragedy struck the community of Huron, Ohio Sunday when a young child died unexpectedly. Shawnee Elementary School announced the death of Evelyn Bauer, a kindergarten student attending the school.
In a release to the parents announces the horrible news, Huron Superintendent Dr. James Tatman expressed his condolences to the family. He also encouraged them “to be extra attentive to their child to pay attention to changes in attitude, sleep, eating, etc.”
Here is the story from Cleveland 19 News:
“Evelyn Bauer, a Kindergarten student at Shawnee Elementary School, passed away unexpectedly Sunday, according to a release sent to Huron Schools families Monday.”
“In the message from Huron Superintendent Dr. James Tatman, faculty and staff of Huron City Schools expressed their sympathies and condolences to her family, friends, and classmates.”
“Counsellors were made available to students and staff Monday, according to the release, and on-going support will be available.”
“Death at any time can cause many different feelings and have a profound effect on students. It is important for you to talk with your child about their feelings of grief, even if it is difficult,” Dr. Tatman said. “The best way to help is to listen and be reassuring.” “Realize that people move in and out of the grief process. Encourage them to celebrate life to support recovery.”
“He encouraged parents to be extra attentive to their child, and to pay attention to changes in attitude, sleep, eating, etc.”
“Concerned parents are encouraged to contact their child’s counsellor, or seek outside professional counseling.”
“It is our hope that we can work together to meet the needs of our students throughout this difficult time,” Tatman said.”
“Evelyn’s cause of death has not been released at this time.”
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