Among high school sports, wrestling personifies an individual's one-on-one battle with an opponent like no other athletic endeavor.
Boone Grove wrestler Andrew Vannatter has autism. Vannatter lives in Morgan Township, but attends Boone for his special education needs. He is in his second year of wrestling and 12-10 this season. He also played soccer this school year.
Boone Grove wrestler Andrew Vannatter has autism. After a 6-22 record last year, he is 12-10 so far this season wrestling at 126 pounds.
Boone Grove wrestler Andrew Vannatter, right, practices with teammate Tyler Pierce. "He works as hard as the rest of us," Pierce said. "I respect him as much as anyone else on the team. I give him credit for having the courage to come out despite his disability."
Boone Grove wrestler Andrew Vannatter has autism. Vannatter lives in Morgan Township but attends Boone for his special education needs. He is in his second year of wrestling and 11-10 this season. He also played soccer this school year.
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