Steilacoom coach Rich Lane suffered serious head injuries in high school and college, and he still has lingering issues because of it. “Back then, you kept your mouth shut unless you couldn’t walk or a bone was sticking out,” Lane said. “But now kids have the ability, rightfully so, to say, ‘Hey, there’s something wrong with me.’
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Steilacoom coach Rich Lane suffered serious head injuries in high school and college, and he still has lingering issues because of it. “Back then, you kept your mouth shut unless you couldn’t walk or a bone was sticking out,” Lane said. “But now kids have the ability, rightfully so, to say, ‘Hey, there’s something wrong with me.’ ” DREW PERINE Staff photographer
Steilacoom coach Rich Lane suffered serious head injuries in high school and college, and he still has lingering issues because of it. “Back then, you kept your mouth shut unless you couldn’t walk or a bone was sticking out,” Lane said. “But now kids have the ability, rightfully so, to say, ‘Hey, there’s something wrong with me.’ ” DREW PERINE Staff photographer

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