Texas High School football player in intensive care was beaten by his teammates
When playing a sport in high school things can get competitive, but most of the time you can expect your teammates to always be by your side, but unfortunately a high school football player from Texas was attacked by his teammates. According to MSN, there are now three players who were indicted in the attack and there is a big reward issued for anyone with video of the assault.
How the attack took place
Two of Cole’s teammates pulled him outside saying his truck was hit, which was when Reid Mitchell, 17, punched him in the face. He was then driven into concrete and repeatedly punched by the elbows. Ayden Holland and Logan Huber as well as Reid Mitchell were all arrested and charged with aggravated assault. There is now a reward of $ 25,000 for a video of the ongoing assault. You can contact the Lake Jackson Police Department at 979-415-2700.
Teammates should be like brothers
When I played football in high school one of the first things the coaches instilled in us was that we are now a family. And if you see someone going after one of your family members, you should be there to stand up for them. It’s disgusting to hear that all of this happened during relationships with girls in high school. Cole is unlikely to be able to play football again. Cole no longer uses a ventilator to breathe, according to social media updates. Here is a video of a vigil that took place last weekend.
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