Check out this story floating around on the AP wire. A kid from McLouth high school had to have his leg amputated after it was badly broken in a game against Sunrise Academy a few weeks ago. You never want to here something like this happening, especially when it involves a sport as fun to watch as football.
MCLOUTH, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas high school football player has had part of his left leg amputated after breaking it in a game.
McLouth High School senior Trevor Roberts was injured Sept. 24 during a game against Sunrise Christian Academy in Bel Aire.
Roberts suffered a compound fracture in his lower left leg. Complications from the injury required doctors to amputate Roberts’ leg just above the knee last week.
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Jerrad Humerickhouse, who is Roberts’ guardian, said Roberts was doing well after a third surgery.