Trey Lawrence is starting for the Glacier Peak boys basketball team just 20 months after suffering a traumatic head injury that threatened his life and left his athletic future in doubt. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

Trey Lawrence is starting for the Glacier Peak boys basketball team just 20 months after suffering a traumatic head injury that threatened his life and left his athletic future in doubt. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

GP’s Lawrence ‘glad to be back’ after traumatic head injury

Less than two years after a suffering traumatic head injury, the senior is helping the Grizzlies to a banner season.

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