COLUMBIA — He was 4 years old when his mother first noticed that she had a tough kid on her hands. Running full speed at the family’s home in Wellsville, Tyler Sprigg’s head suddenly met the tailgate of his father’s truck. Seconds later, with a fresh knot on the left side of his forehead, Sprigg popped up and resumed his full-out sprint.
Sprigg's toughness makes an impact on Hickman football team
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