Key competes in power soccer league

Sophia Scheller

Sophia Scheller, Staff Reporter

Hall monitor Ryan Key plays power soccer for the St. Louis Arrows. Key has cerebral palsy and is legally deaf, but his conditions don’t stop him on the court.

“Power soccer is really cool because it brings all athletes together from all over the United States. It’s really been great because it helps with his independence and he’s really, really competitive,” Boyd Manne, Ryan’s dad and Lafayette football coach, said. “He does the same things like we do in our football program.”