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Lamar High School football player collapses on field
8/3/2011 3:50:34 PM

Lamar High School football player collapses on field

LAMAR, SC (WMBF) - A rising ninth grade football player at Lamar High School collapsed on the field Saturday and was pronounced dead at a hospital later in the evening.
TyQuan Brantley, 14, was practicing with his team for an hour to an hour and fifteen minutes, not wearing pads on the second day of practice.  As he was leaving the field for the day, the young man collapsed. The coaches called 911 immediately, he was transported to a hospital but he died at the hospital around 7 p.m. Saturday evening.
"We are heartbroken at this terrible tragedy," said Dr. Rainey Knight, superintendent of the school district. "Our deepest condolences and prayers go out to TeQuan's family, classmates, and coaches."

Though an incoming freshman, Tyquan was already a regular part of the Lamar High School family, participating in the school's summer conditioning program three days a week.
According to district officials, the players had water at the fields. Students in sports and marching band who practice during the summer are given frequent cooling breaks and water. The district says outside football practices are usually scheduled in the morning and evening to avoid the heat of the day. At Lamar High School, players practice for twenty minutes, then take a five-minute hydration break.
"Tyquan was an excellent young man, who worked hard for the game of football.  I was very excited about Tyquan's future as a Silver Fox. He will be missed by his family and the Silver Fox family." said Coach J.R. Boyd.
The coroner has not yet determined a cause of death. More details are expected to be released once the autopsy is completed Monday or Tuesday.
Services have not yet been set by the family.  The Bacote-Eaddy Funeral Home in Timmonsville is handling arrangements.

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