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Head injury rule earns support


Whether it's at the junior high level with a player with Ennis' L.D. Hill (right) or a varsity ballgame, helmet-to-helmet hits are bound to happen on the football field.

 

Tye Chandler, [email protected]

Just as athletic performance evolves in the world of high school sports, so do the rules regarding player safety.

When a player suffers a possible concussion, he or she may want to try to prove their toughness by remaining in the game or at least returning a few minutes later. For said athlete’s own good, someone else has to step in and make that decision to prevent further damage or injury

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