article by Geoffrey Melcher in The Sand Mountain Reporter
As 260 Albertville High School students walked across the aisle to retrieve their diplomas Friday, the uncertainty of an impending future might have been a new and unfamiliar sensation to some.

Will Siskey, a recent AHS graduate, is one of those students who is no stranger to adversity. He has learned through personal circumstance that life doesn’t always play out the way you want it to, although good things are always around the corner waiting to be taken advantage of.

Siskey, a varsity tennis player who suffers from Alopecia Universalis, an autoimmune disorder that’s affected his hair growth for a good portion of his life, has admittedly come a long way with the disease in becoming the better player and human being he wanted to be both on and off the court.