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Family bond bolsters Heels' Horton


If shortstop Josh Horton scores a run today -- something he hopes to do several times if UNC is to defeat Louisville and continue play in the College World Series -- the first person in line to give him a high-five will be a batboy. His brother, Logan. The celebration would serve as an inspirational moment for the Horton family, considering no one knew whether Logan, now 14, ever would be able to walk after he was paralyzed by strokes as a baby. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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