Indian Creek graduate again sidelined by injury




Trey Reese passed for more than 7,000 yards as a high school quarterback, credentials that cast no doubt on the power and precision of his right arm.

Yet three years detached from Reese leading Indian Creek to the program’s first and only Class 3A semistate appearance, and all traces of prior magic continue their frustrating hiatus.

During summer two-a-day practices, the Marian University redshirt sophomore aggravated the injury to his brachial plexus that sidelined him all of the 2012 season. The brachial plexus is a network of nerve fibers running from the spine through the neck and into the arm.

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