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Luker leaves Tennessee HS game with an injury

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: August 24th, 2014 at 1:40 pm EST

The Oakland at Blackman high school football game was delayed several minutes after a player went down on ESPN2.

Sam Luker, a junior, was injured following a tackle. He was able to move right after the injury from his stomach to his back.

Sam Luker (No. 45)

Sam Luker (No. 45)

Once on his back, he was instructed not to move. The emergency responders put Luker on a stretcher, and took him to a local hospital.

There was no medical update has been given on his condition, as of yet. The announcers said that if they are given an update on his injury, then they would announce it.

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