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VIDEO: UNC senior Houston Summers visits NC State Derr Track Friday, May 6, 2016 to compete in the Last Chance Meet in his track and field specialty - the javelin. Summers, 28, survived a brain tumor as a child, was drafted at 17 from a Guilford County, NC high school right into professional baseball, and after seven years he came back to NC to UNC to get his education. Houston is regionally and nationally ranked in the javelin. He will graduate from UNC at Kenan Stadium this Sunday, Class of 2016. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
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