A Meyersdale, Pa., senior who is a member of the Summit Mills Grace Brethren Church, is featured in the Johnstown, Pa., Tribune-Democrat. Drake Gindlesperger is headed to Duquesne University to pursue a six-year degree in pharmacy upon graduation. A portion of the story appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
Senior Salute | Meyersdale | Gindlesperger looked toward diamond return
Gindlesperger, who qualified for the PIAA Wrestling Championships for the first time in his career, was able to complete the season before Gov. Tom Wolf closed the schools due to the coronavirus pandemic and the PIAA was forced to cancel the rest of the winter sports competitions and canceled the entire spring slate of events.
“We finished up a week before all of this started,” Gindlesperger said. “We at least were able to have a conclusion to the season. I felt really bad for our big rivals at Berlin, because those boys were not able to finish it out and that has to really hurt. You never know what might have happened.” … Outside of school, he is a member of Summit Mills Grace Brethren youth group and also helps out with the Meyersdale Church of the Brethren Kid’s Club.
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