Vanzant Checks In

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

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MARK HUMPHREY ENTERPRISE-LEADER Farmington sophomore Makenna Vanzant kneels at the scorer's table waiting to check in during the Lady Cardinals' rivalry girls basketball game at Prairie Grove Nov. 27. Vanzant spent 16 days in Arkansas Children's Hospital at Little Rock battling Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome also known as HUS, an abnormal condition caused by the abnormal destruction of red blood cells, which clog the filtering system in the kidneys and can lead to life-threatening kidney failure. Makenna recovered miraculously, and was back for Farmington's season-opener helping the Lady Cardinals win big, 50-22.
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MARK HUMPHREY ENTERPRISE-LEADER Farmington sophomore Makenna Vanzant kneels at the scorer's table waiting to check in during the Lady Cardinals' rivalry girls basketball game at Prairie Grove Nov. 27. Vanzant spent 16 days in Arkansas Children's Hospital at Little Rock battling Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome also known as HUS, an abnormal condition caused by the abnormal destruction of red blood cells, which clog the filtering system in the kidneys and can lead to life-threatening kidney failure. Makenna recovered miraculously, and was back for Farmington's season-opener helping the Lady Cardinals win big, 50-22.

MARK HUMPHREY ENTERPRISE-LEADER


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