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Heart of a Champion - US Lacrosse Magazine May 2012
After losing his hands and feet four years ago, 12-year-old quadruple amputee Mikey Stolzenberg continues to defy odds on the lacrosse field. Perched atop two prosthetic legs and missing both his hands, Mikey Stolzenberg uses the crook of his left arm to secure his stick, pushing and controlling it with his right arm. "It's not as hard as you think," he says. Except, of course, that it’s ridiculously hard. Mikey, 12, just makes it look easy. He doesn’t wear prosthetics for his hands because he can do more without them, and other than needing help to snap on his lacrosse helmet, he is completely independent on the field and in the classroom. All Mikey asks is that you treat him like who he is — just one of the guys, which helps explain why he loves lacrosse. “It’s a weird answer,” Mikey says, “but I like getting hit. It’s like a shot of adrenaline. It just makes me try harder.” ... Read full article