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photos by DOUG BENZ/NEWS Kale Shiesley, 11, is at home Monday. Shiesley has Spinal Muscular Atrophy and uses a wheelchair to get around. He has attended Drake school since kindergarten and has witnessed the growth of the school's March Madness event. At the game March 28, Kale was able to take shots at the two-minute marks and other times, scoring 12 points as his classmates -- and family, including his mom, dad Kevin Shiesley and sister Kyler -- cheered.

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