ZAC MCINTOSH REFUSED TO LET BEING BULLIED DEFINE HIM, BECAME NO. 1 RANKED CENTER IN SOUTH CAROLINA
“The kid began to bend my arm back as far as it could possibly go until he heard a popping noise,” Zac said. “I began to yell, and the boys took off running.”
A family friend was passing by and saw the event happen, but it was too late to intervene. He took Zac home and told his parents what happened.
High school is a hard time in anyone’s life. But throw cancer into the mix? It can be downright hellish. Unfortunately, that’s precisely when Nate was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma (stage 2B), a cancer that starts in white blood cells called lymphocytes.