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Prevalence of knee injuries among high school soccer players
Posted Tuesday, February 23, 2016

 

Cornwall's Chrissy Cannella, a midfielder, played at a U.S. soccer team camp in 2012 in Carson, Calif. Then 14, she turned wrong during a drill and felt a "pop" in her right knee. Cannella had torn her anterior cruciate ligament. In August, she tore her medial collateral ligament in a scrimmage with her travel team. Times Herald-Record file photo

Chrissy Cannellas soccer future appears bright. She received several Division I offers. She has played for travel teams and in national camps.
Cannella, a Cornwall senior, refuses to let her right knee stop her despite it sparking an emotional August conversation with Cornwall coach Amanda Greenblatt.
A midfielder, Cannella played at a U.S. soccer team camp in 2012 in Carson, Calif. Then 14, she turned wrong during a drill and felt a pop in her right knee. The pain forced her into shock. Cannella had torn her anterior cruciate ligament. She needed more than a year to fully regain health.

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