Kentucky coach charged in player's death
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- The case against a Kentucky high school football coach charged with reckless homicide in the death of a player who collapsed during a broiling summer practice -- the teen's temperature reaching 107 degrees -- is a rare one.
A grand jury indicted David Jason Stinson on Thursday in the death of Max Gilpin, 15, a sophomore offensive lineman at Louisville's Pleasure Ridge Park High School. It was Stinson's first year as head coach when the player collapsed and had trouble ...
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