Petersburg player back home after gridiron head injury - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/23/10

Petersburg player back home after gridiron head injury

By Ann Wyatt Little email | Posted By James Clark email

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - A Petersburg football player is back at home after a scare on the football field Friday night. Number 11, Thomas Roden was airlifted to Covenant Children's Hospital after he took a hard hit and suffered a concussion.  

Petersburg Coach Joseph O'malley says Roden was airlifted for precaution. He was released from the hospital Saturday morning. Roden scored two of Petersburg's three touchdowns against Lorenzo.   Roden's birthday is Sunday and he is celebrating that with friends and family Saturday.

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