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Prep football: Amherst comes together for Toelle family in time of grief

1:04 AM, Nov. 1, 2013
Amherst senior linebacker Anthony Fasula taped the initials of K.T. on every helmet prior to the regular-season finale against Iola-Scandinavia to honor the memory of junior classmate Kayla Toelle who passed away in her sleep Oct. 16. She was 16.
Amherst senior linebacker Anthony Fasula taped the initials of K.T. on every helmet prior to the regular-season finale against Iola-Scandinavia to honor the memory of junior classmate Kayla Toelle who passed away in her sleep Oct. 16. She was 16.
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Marcus Toelle ran onto the field late in the Amherst football team's playoff win last week as fans stood and cheered, and many wiped away tears.

This was, and still is, a community healing from the death of 16-year-old Kayla Toelle, Marcus' older sister. She died in her sleep sometime after she played in her first varsity volleyball match Oct. 15.

"A total shock," said her uncle, Brian Toelle. ...

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