TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Fifteen-year-old Mason Stadler is doing all of it at Shawnee Heights Excessive Faculty.
“He made the bowling crew this 12 months and he’s excited to be on the crew and journey with the crew. That is likely one of the sports activities he likes to do, he’s been bowling since 4th or fifth grade perhaps, he’s in Particular Olympics rather a lot,” stated father, Matt Stadler.
As Mason takes steps to knock down the pins in each body, he’s additionally hanging down his likelihood of getting COVID-19.
He just lately rolled up his sleeve for a booster shot.
“I agree 100% as a result of he has down syndrome and his immune system is decrease so I wish to stick with it so he doesn’t need to go to the hospital or something,” Stadler stated.
Matt says when COVID-19 first entered the nation, he and his spouse have been terrified of the results it might have on Mason’s sport and well being. As a result of pandemic, he stepped away from the lanes and college.
Mason hopes his bravery conjures up others to observe his result in pocket the unfold of the virus.
“I obtained my booster shot and I’m going to inform my pals they need to get the booster shot, please,” stated Mason.
“I like to recommend the highschool college students to get it, to attempt to not get the behavior unfold within the colleges it’s not that dangerous, if he can get it carried out then I believe any child can get it carried out. It doesn’t harm you one bit to maintain it down at school, the sports activities can maintain occurring and the entire actions,” stated Matt.
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