A “feel good” story from Central Ohio

The Dock

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Earlier this season, Buckeye Valley sophomore Troy Scowden landed on his head and neck following a contested dunk against KIPP Columbus. He was diagnosed with a fractured skull, experienced bleeding on the brain and was hospitalized for roughly a week back in December.

Tonight, he made his return to the hardwood and scored 17 points in a loss to Whitehall-Yearling (credit to 270Hoops for first reporting it.) To be able to return to playing roughly two months after a frightening and certainly traumatic life event such as a skull fracture is nothing short of remarkable.