Stellar Student: Michael Bresnahan
by Bobby Tedder
12:51 PM, Wednesday, November 26
St. Pius X’s Michael Bresnahan has made quite a name for himself at this juncture of his high school career. The junior carries a full load inside and outside of the classroom, approaching and meeting the demands therein with a simple philosophy. ...

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