Overcoming obstacles is the hallmark of a great athlete. And few young athletes have had to overcome the kind of obstacle Highland Baptist senior Camryn Sensley dealt with at the age of just thirteen.
Diagnosed with Avascular necrosis, a disease that prevented blood flow to bones around her hip, Sensley's once budding gymnastics career was cut short. But quitting doesn't run in the Sensley family's blood.
Over the course of a year-and-a-half, between eighth and ninth grade, Camryn went from crutches to crushing it on the hardwood. It was all thanks to a strong sense of faith and a strong family behind her.