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Monday, November 30, 2015

High School

High school QB suspended for ‘inappropriately’ touching center

A high school quarterback from Oregon was suspended from school this week after school officials determined he “inappropriately touched” a teammate. That teammate was the center. Freshman quarterback Garrett Moore told the Statesman Journal on Thursday that he is “so pissed right now I can’t even think straight.” West Salem High School principal Ken Phillips…Read More

High school QB Evan Murray dies from lacerated spleen

A New Jersey high school football player died last week as a result of an injury he suffered during a game. On Monday, a medical examiner revealed that the cause of 17-year-old Evan Murray’s death was severe internal bleeding due to a lacerated spleen. Morris County Medical Examiner Dr. Ronald Suarez determined that Murray had…Read More

Meet 7-foot, 440-pound high school lineman John Krahn

The largest high school football player in the country may have been located. Meet John Krahn, a 17-year-old from the Inland Empire area of Southern California, who plays offensive line for King High School in Riverside. Krahn is seven feet tall and weighs 440 pounds, according to MaxPreps. He hasn’t been playing that long, but…Read More

High school coach Mack Breed admitted he told players to attack referee

John Jay (Texas) High School assistant football coach Mack Breed has reportedly admitted that he instructed players to attack a defenseless referee during a game earlier this month. A letter written by John Jay principal Robert Harris, which was obtained by ESPN’s Outside the Lines, detailed interactions he had with coaches after the game. In…Read More

High School players who targeted ref: Our coach told us to do it

The two San Antonio high school football players who targeted a helpless referee during a game two weeks ago say they were following the orders of one of the team’s coaches. In an appearance on “Good Morning America” on Friday, Michael Moreno and Victor Rojas — accompanied by their attorney — told George Stephanopoulos that…Read More

Kris Silbaugh, born without left hand, sets high school receiving record

A Pennsylvania high schooler who only has one hand has been dominating the gridiron over the last four years. You’ll never guess what his primary position is. Kris Silbaugh, who was born without a left hand, recently broke the Cambridge Springs High School record for receiving yards. According to, he is just a few…Read More

Coach allegedly told players who hit referee ‘this guy needs to pay’

John Jay High School assistant football coach Mack Breed was placed on administrative leave Tuesday as a result of his alleged role in two players targeting a helpless referee during a game Friday night. The San Antonio-Express News reports that Breed has been accused of encouraging players to target the official. “This guy needs to…Read More

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