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  • WATCH: Mentally matured Ben Woods hopes to end things right at Kent-Meridian

    Kent-Meridian quarterback Ben Woods hopes to lead a young team back to the postseason after missing out last year. But the three-year starter almost didn't play this season to focus on baseball. What brought him back? The opportunity to make things right after a regrettable junior year.

Kent-Meridian quarterback Ben Woods hopes to lead a young team back to the postseason after missing out last year. But the three-year starter almost didn't play this season to focus on baseball. What brought him back? The opportunity to make things right after a regrettable junior year. By TJ Cotterill tcotterill@thenewstribune.com
Kent-Meridian quarterback Ben Woods hopes to lead a young team back to the postseason after missing out last year. But the three-year starter almost didn't play this season to focus on baseball. What brought him back? The opportunity to make things right after a regrettable junior year. By TJ Cotterill tcotterill@thenewstribune.com

Kent-Meridian QB Ben Woods almost quit football for baseball, but then he couldn’t have made things right

August 27, 2016 5:59 PM