Lawrenceville’s Schultz competes in Shrine All-Star Game | Lawrenceville Daily Record
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Lawrenceville’s Schultz competes in Shrine All-Star Game

Posted on June 22, 2022


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BLOOMINGTON –– Recent Lawrenceville High School graduate Ryan Schultz had the opportunity to put his helmet and shoulder pads back on over the weekend, as he was one of 144 players across the state to be chosen to play in the game, which raises money to help provide outstanding medical care for children at the Shriners Hospitals for Children.

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