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Football: Team HEAL is helping Crenshaw, Carson

There's at least one subject that should unite Crenshaw and Carson fans in preparation for Saturday's City Section Division I final at the Coliseum. That is saluting Team HEAL, a not-for-profit medical program that provides trainers to high schools, and two of them are Crenshaw and Carson.

Its founder is Dr. Clarence Shields of the Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic. In this time of tight budgets, any City Section school that has a trainer should be feeling quite fortunate.

-- Eric Sondheimer

 
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Bravo

E.S.,

Great recognition of Team Heal and the wonderful work and service they provide to thousands of high school students. We are very fortunate to have a Team Heal Program at Carson H.S.

Hey Zeus

Carson's trainer is gorgeous!


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