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Sports Football co-captains found dead within hours of one another

21:10  13 june  2018
21:10  13 june  2018 Source:   usatodayhss.com

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It appears the Company had received news that one of their captains had been killed in a scuffle with the natives. In a very few hours I arrived in a city that always makes me think of a whited sepulchre. Prejudice no doubt. I had no difficulty in finding the Company 's offices.

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Tragedy struck a Washington high school community over the weekend, as two football players were found dead within hours of one another.

On Saturday, the mother of Sayon Savorn, a co-captain on the Lynnwood High School football team, says she found her son dead of suicide. Less than 48 hours later, Ryan Truong, also a football player, was found dead.

Truong died of natural causes, according to the county medical examiner. He was due to graduate Friday.

Both students were 17-years-old. On Tuesday, the school community wore yellow to memorialize their fallen classmates.

"It's like a double blow," Lynnwood football coach Keauntea Bankhead said. "Losing one, and then find out, and you lost the next one. And those guys were both my captains."

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Football . Boys Basketball. GRANDVILLE, MI - Hours before he was supposed to lead a team into the MHSAA semifinal ice hockey tournament, Grandville High School's hockey team co - captain Ryan Fischer Ryan, 17, was found unresponsive in his home early this morning, school officials said.

A community is in mourning today after 7 people were found dead in the streets within just 12 short hours . Incident believed to be gang related retaliation from another incident. — Anthony Guglielmi (@AJGuglielmi) March 31, 2017.

Sheri Tada, Savorn's mom, said she knew her son was depressed and did all she could to help him.

"I was so aware, and I was so close with him," she said. "But yet, he just could not, he like lost hope."

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