Sep. 29, 2015
OSG High: New Jersey QB Died Of Bleed From Spleen Injury
The autopsy results in the weekend death of New Jersey high school quarterback Evan Murray have been released. The word from the medical examiner's office is that Murray died from severe bleeding due to a severely lacerated spleen.
Murray was injured Friday night as his Warren Hills Regional team was in action against Summit High.
From Stanmyre's article:
Teammates and witnesses said Murray took more than one big hit during Friday night’s game against visiting Summit High, and added the quarterback appeared slow to get up at times. After absorbing another collision in the second quarter, Murray walked off the field with the help of teammates and soon collapsed on the sidelines.
Murray was helped to his feet and gave the crowd a thumps-up sign before he was loaded into an ambulance, witnesses said. Murray was taken from the game to Morristown Medical Center on Friday night, where he died, a spokeswoman said.
Head baseball coach Mike Quinto was asked about Murray
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