Osbourn Park Wrestler Collaspes at Match in Woodbridge
Nick Cooper was transported to Sentara Potomac Hospital for treatment Saturday.
An Osbourn Park High School senior wrestler was hospitalized after collapsing during a district meet at Forest Park High School on Saturday in Woodbridge, Prince William Today reports.
Eighteen-year-old, 160-pound Nick Cooper was wrestling on his birthday against Hylton High School’s Lawrence Hall when Cooper collapsed and became unresponsive, according to reports.
The teen regained consciousness before he was transported to Sentara Potomac Hospital for treatment. PWT writer Hugh Rist noted the dramatic scene at the match. (Read the entire report.)
Information about Cooper’s condition isn’t immediately available.
A message sent from the Osbourn Park Wrestling Twitter account on Sunday said that Cooper was undergoing tests and remained in the hospital. The post notes Cooper is "humbled" by the community's support.
Forest Park High walked away with a win Saturday.
Osbourn Park's next match is at 4 p.m. on Saturday against Patriot High School in the Patriot's gym in Nokesville.
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