Several former members of the Dunn Police Athletic and Activities League (PAL) are attending school and playing sports at Boys Town in Omaha, Neb.
Chrishaun Henry, No. 74, is in his senior year. Henry has been involved with the PAL for over six years and most recently played on the PAL’s varsity basketball team, the Dunn Wildcats. Chrishaun played for Triton’s varsity basketball team last season and will also play basketball for Boys Town this fall, as a center.
Javin Wynn, No. 8, has been with the PAL for over eight years and is currently a junior. He will be playing both football and basketball for the Cowboys.
Joseph Warren, No. 58, has been a PAL member for over seven years and just began his sophomore year. He will be playing football and wrestling for the Cowboys. “JoJo” also wrestled for the Dunn PAL and Triton last year.
Dorian Knight, No. 88, has been a three-year member and a former Wildcat basketball player. He plans to play football, basketball and run track during his senior year at Boys Town.
Founded in 1917, Boys Town is a nonprofit organization located in Omaha, Neb., that specializes in caring for at-risk youth and providing structure for teens looking for a better environment. Teens from the surrounding area and across the nation have made the trip there in past years in search of opportunities. Many do so to improve their grades and focus on getting into college.