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Mason Lacrosse Standout Brenden Malloy Is A Story Of Perseverance

Wednesday 1 May 2019


From US news outlet NBC News:


Brenden Malloy
Mason senior midfielder Brenden Malloy has
played lacrosse since the third grade.
(Photo: Dan Hilen)

Mason lacrosse standout Brenden Malloy is a story of perseverance

By Mike Dyer
April 30, 2019
© 2019 The E.W. Scripps Co.

MASON, Ohio — Brenden Malloy usually has a difficult time getting out of bed the day after a Mason lacrosse game.

“When I walk it’s hunched over because I am so sore,” the Mason senior midfielder said.

Malloy, 17, has persevered through plenty of adversity in order to play for the Comets this spring. Sometimes the discomfort settles in before he boards the team bus after a game.

His battles include chronic fatigue, a bleeding disorder where his blood doesn’t clot well, chronic joint pain and fibromyalgia, an immune system disorder and a condition that affects blood flow and circulation where his primary symptoms are light-headedness, dizziness and an inability to regulate his heart rate and body temperature.

“You name it,” said his mother, DeAnna Malloy, “the kid has it.”


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