Milford student-athlete Keenan Holliday, who played basketball at district’s Homestand Against Cancer event on Jan. 23, was stricken following week and diagnosed with a brain AVM, which is described as a rubber band ball of veins and arteries in the brain. The condition causes stroke-like symptoms and affects only 1 percent of the population, usually males between the ages of 11 and 18. Kennan is currently at Albany Medical Center Pediatric Intensive care unit receiving care and therapy. His short term memory has been affected.
The Cooperstown athletic teams and the CCS Booster Club held a 50/50 fundraiser and organized a collection jar at recent games to aid his family with medical-related expenses while Keenan in in Albany getting treatment.
The effort collected $1,390, which will be donated to the family.
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