Westfield School senior Chandler Dean holds a photograph of one of his most exciting moments — wrestling for a state championship. He lost two of his fingertips in a car wreck, but that didn’t keep him away from wrestling.
Westfield School senior Chandler Dean holds a photograph of one of his most exciting moments — wrestling for a state championship. He lost two of his fingertips in a car wreck, but that didn’t keep him away from wrestling. Beau Cabell bcabell@macon.com
Westfield School senior Chandler Dean holds a photograph of one of his most exciting moments — wrestling for a state championship. He lost two of his fingertips in a car wreck, but that didn’t keep him away from wrestling. Beau Cabell bcabell@macon.com

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