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Updated: 02/27/2013 08:00:12AM

For these kids, sports is about joy

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SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

David Clark, who must protect his fragile skull at all times with a helmet, heads for home alongside his father, Dave, in a Challenger game.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

David Clark, who must protect his fragile skull at all times with a helmet, heads for home alongside his father, Dave, in a Challenger game.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

David Clark (right side, front row) plays in the Challenger baseball program but must keep his fragile skull protected at all times by wearing a helmet. Here, he poses with his brother, Andrew, and his parents, Dave and Lori.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

David Clark (right side, front row) plays in the Challenger baseball program but must keep his fragile skull protected at all times by wearing a helmet. Here, he poses with his brother, Andrew, and his parents, Dave and Lori.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

David Clark, who must protect his fragile skull at all times with a helmet, heads for home alongside his father, Dave, in a Challenger game.

SUN PHOTO BY ROB SMITH

David Clark (right side, front row) plays in the Challenger baseball program but must keep his fragile skull protected at all times by wearing a helmet. Here, he poses with his brother, Andrew, and his parents, Dave and Lori.

By Rob Smith

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At first glance, David Clark seems no different than your typical 6-year-old.

He chases his older brother, Andrew, when Andrew isn’t chasing him. He loves baseball, his face coated with a smile Saturday while darting around the bases at Chuck Reiter Field.

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