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Not your ordinary backup running back

When Zach Lederer was 11, he had a brain tumor diagnosed and doctors told his parents to brace for the worst. Now he is playing football for Centennial High in Ellicott City.

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Centennial's Zach Lederer plays football despite a brain tumor and a ventricular shunt in his skull
Article | Centennial High's Zach Lederer, 17, is playing high school football with a ventricular shunt in his skull that was implanted after he underwent surgery for a brain tumor six years ago.

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