King’s Christian’s Carson Magill found pitching after breaking leg

Every time Carson Magill squats down, his left knee sounds like someone is stepping on a pile of dried out twigs.

It’s even louder when he rises.

That stomach-churning noise is the reason the King’s Christian junior can’t play catcher anymore. However, he wouldn’t undo the gruesome collision that caused it.

“It’s insane, it really is,” Magill said. “It’s crazy, but if I could choose that moment to either be hurt or not be hurt, go through that process (again), I would definitely choose to be hurt.”

Because even though the 17-year-old suffered a distal femur fracture, a dislocated kneecap, and was told by doctors he might not walk properly again, the result of that moment has changed his life for the better.

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