Benefit set for injured motocross racer

Clint Zentner

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WYTV) — Nearly two years ago, Crestview High School graduate Clint Zentner was paralyzed in a motocross accident at the Columbiana County Fair.

On July 12, a poker run will be held to raise money for Zentner’s continued therapy so he can reach his goal of walking, and eventually riding, again.

The third annual Clint Zentner “Stay Strong” poker run will begin and end at Bo Jangles Roadhouse Blues in Unity Township. In addition to the run, there also will be raffles, food and live entertainment.

He would like to return to a rehabilitation facility in California for alternative therapy, which costs more than $100 for 10 hours. Proceeds from the benefit will help defray those costs.

For more information on the benefit, watch the attached video.

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