Lee Killian, left, is surrounded by friends Friday at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta. The former Eagle standout pitcher has become an ace beach volleyball player while recovering from a automobile wreck that took away the use of his legs.

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Lee Killian, left, is surrounded by friends Friday at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta. The former Eagle standout pitcher has become an ace beach volleyball player while recovering from a automobile wreck that took away the use of his legs. Details on 3B
Lee Killian, left, is surrounded by friends Friday at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta. The former Eagle standout pitcher has become an ace beach volleyball player while recovering from a automobile wreck that took away the use of his legs. Details on 3B

Despite wreck, former standout getting his mojo back on the field

June 23, 2007 11:06 PM

UPDATED June 23, 2007 11:15 PM

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