Providence senior lacrosse goalie Noah Hays (center) receives support from family and friends after Monday’s home game against Weddington. Hays, who skipped his junior year when he was diagnosed with cancer, had been cancer free for several months. Last Thursday, a scan showed the cancer has returned.
Providence senior lacrosse goalie Noah Hays (center) receives support from family and friends after Monday’s home game against Weddington. Hays, who skipped his junior year when he was diagnosed with cancer, had been cancer free for several months. Last Thursday, a scan showed the cancer has returned. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Providence senior lacrosse goalie Noah Hays (center) receives support from family and friends after Monday’s home game against Weddington. Hays, who skipped his junior year when he was diagnosed with cancer, had been cancer free for several months. Last Thursday, a scan showed the cancer has returned. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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March 11, 2017 11:38 AM

Providence High lacrosse goalie beat rare cancer once. Now it’s back, but he has a plan.

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