High school quarterback Jacob Rainey lost his leg, but that didn’t stop him from playing.
Quarterback Jacob Rainey, 18, touches his prosthetic leg during football practice at Woodberry Forest School in Woodberry Forest, Va., in central Virginia. Rainey lost his leg last year after getting injured during a scrimmage. He is the first high school quarterback to play in a game with an above-the-knee amputation. Matt McClain/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST Buy Photo