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Former Grace Christian Football Player Will McKamey Suffers Head Injury

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Former Grace Christian Academy and 2012 Class A Football Back of the year Will McKamey is now out of surgery after he collapsed at Navy's spring practice this morning after sustain a hard hit.

McKamey, 19 was airlifted to the University of Maryland shock trauma unit and underwent cranial surgery to help relieve pressure to his brain according to his dad Randy, Grace Christian's head football coach.

Back in 2012, McKamey suffered a serious head injury in the season finale a 3-0 win over South Pittsburg that required him to be airlifted to Erlanger Hospital in nearby Chattanooga.

Surgery was not required then but he did stay several days as the doctors monitored him closely.

The injury forced McKamey to miss the playoffs and ended his season, but his rushing and receiving numbers of almost 2,000 yards and 28 total touchdowns was enough that he was named Class A Mr. Football Back Winner.

Moser Reinstated at Sweetwater
10 months after a DUI arrest forced him to step down as head football coach at Sweetwater high school, Craig Moser has been reinstated as Sweetwater head football coach.

Assistant Mike Martin served as Interim head coach in Moser's absence.

The Wildcats finished 4-6 under Martin in 2013.

"The process played out, the DUI charges were dropped and due process was served," Sweetwater Athletic Director Rex Rhodes said. "I support him completely and the kids really respond to him."

Before coming to Sweetwater three seasons ago, Moser had a very successful 11 year tenure at Midway where he posted a 72-55 record and led the Green Wave to nine straight playoff appearances starting in 2000.

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