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Soccer star's touching story takes a turn over estate

A boy whose mother was stricken during the big game loses part of his inheritance

By Dan Nakaso

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 03, 2014

~~<p>It was impossible not to ache for high school soccer star Leo Klink in February 2013 when his mother collapsed in the stands while watching him lead his Kalani High School team to the state championship.</p>
<p>As she was whisked away by ambulance following a brain hemorrhage, 52-year-old Hiroyo Klink insisted that no one tell Leo about her condition until after the championship game against Punahou.</p>
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It was impossible not to ache for high school soccer star Leo Klink in February 2013 when his mother collapsed in the stands while watching him lead his Kalani High School team to the state championship.

As she was whisked away by ambulance following a brain hemorrhage, 52-year-old Hiroyo Klink insisted that no one tell Leo about her condition until after the championship game against Punahou. Login for more...



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