The Sun Times Network is reporting that there have been more deaths in High School Football than at any other level of the game. Their report was triggered by the recent death of 17 year old Evan Murray. Murray was the QB at Warren Hills Regional High School in New Jersey died from a lacerated spleen at a game last week.
The Sun Times continues that Murray was the third fatality in the game in as many weeks. Check out the rest of the story and a link to a report from the National Center for Catastrophic Sport Injury Research over on the Sun Times website.