Centennial athletics looks to make sports safer
by Monica Burge
10:55 AM, Friday, April 17
In the fall of 2014, Centennial athletic director Billy Kirk was looking for a way to improve concussion protocol measures for athletes. He was approached by local dentist Dr. Gary Nelson, who was willing to design a customized mouth guard for ath...

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