Keeping Kids Safe On The Football Field After Player Dies At Camp Blanding
Gainesville, Florida -- High school football coaches are making sure they follow all the correct guidelines when it comes to player hydration.
Clay County Sheriff's say 14-year-old William Shogran Jr. was at the Sebastian High School football team's football camp at Camp Blanding Wednesday when he became sick and later died at the hospital.
Florida High School Athletic Association officials say practices can be no longer than 3 hours and every 30 minutes players must have a 5 minute cool-down and water break.
According to FHSAA officials Sebastian High School football followed the right procedures.
At Gainesville High School's football practice the coaches say the kids health is top priority.
Clay County Sheriff's Deputies say it may take weeks before an exact cause of death is known.
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