The Area 11 Special Olympics at Cherry Park in Rock Hill on Friday. Dylan Bolles-Prasse, 9, who is deaf, gets instructions from his interpreter Amy Kiser while competing in the softball throw. He is a student at Riverview Elementary in Fort Mill.
The Area 11 Special Olympics at Cherry Park in Rock Hill on Friday. Dylan Bolles-Prasse, 9, who is deaf, gets instructions from his interpreter Amy Kiser while competing in the softball throw. He is a student at Riverview Elementary in Fort Mill. ANDY BURRISS aburriss@heraldonline.com
The Area 11 Special Olympics at Cherry Park in Rock Hill on Friday. Dylan Bolles-Prasse, 9, who is deaf, gets instructions from his interpreter Amy Kiser while competing in the softball throw. He is a student at Riverview Elementary in Fort Mill. ANDY BURRISS aburriss@heraldonline.com

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April 10, 2015 06:06 PM

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