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Jablonski forgives opponent who hit him from behind

The Wayzata player penalized for the hit that left Benilde-St. Maragret's Jack Jablonski paralyzed says that he was forgiven after a meeting between the two at Hennepin County Medical Center. Jablonski's coach says both him and Jack know the unfortunate injury was unintentional.
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The Wayzata player penalized for the hit that left Benilde-St. Maragret's Jack Jablonski paralyzed says that he was forgiven after a meeting between the two at Hennepin County Medical Center. Jablonski's coach says both him and Jack know the unfortunate injury was unintentional.

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