Burlington Township football player Ado Halkic passed away

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On New Year’s Day, it is supposed to mark a new beginning to the upcoming year. But in Burlington Township, it also marks the end of a Burlington Township High School student’s life.

Adnan “Ado” Halkic was a member of the Falcons football team that finished 6-4 this season. His classmates and friends used social media to spread the word of his passing.



According to MaxPreps.com, Halkic was a freshman and wore No. 35. The last game that he played in was on November 27th, Thanksgiving Day, in a 37-7 loss at Rancocas Valley High School in Mt. Holly.

MaxPreps.com also indicates that he was 5-foot-11 and a 180 pounds. This prominent high school sports website says that he had 46 tackles, 5.1 tackles per game, a sack, a caused fumble, and four hurries.

His only high school sack came in a 35-0 win over West Windsor-Plainsboro South on October 2nd at Burlington Township High School.

He was supposed to graduate in 2018. His classmates were using the hashtag #35Forever.

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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report.

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