St. John Vianney quarterback suffers serious neck injury in Friday game

The St. John Vianney High School football program is praying for one of its players this week after he suffered what is being described as a serious neck injury during a game on Friday.

News 12 Staff

Sep 26, 2022, 4:41 PM

Updated 637 days ago

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The St. John Vianney High School football program is praying for one of its players this week after he suffered what is being described as a serious neck injury during a game on Friday.
Aaron Van Trease, a senior playing quarterback and safety for the Lancers squad, suffered an apparent spinal cord injury on the third play of the game.
Van Trease was reportedly taken from the field by stretcher but had movement in his upper body.
He underwent surgery on Saturday, although his current condition is unknown.
St. John Vianney went on to win its Friday game against Manasquan after Van Trease's injury.


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