Football player back in ICU

The Wildomar Cornerstone Christian School varsity quarterback who suffered a brain injury during an Avalon game was back in the intensive care unit as of Tuesday, Oct. 9, according to a blog maintained by friends of the family.

Seventeen-year-old Dax Ryan McGregor returned to the ICU because of blood clots in his left arm, according to Sheri Zastoke’s post at giveforward.com.

The Wildomar Cornerstone Christian School varsity quarterback who suffered a brain injury during an Avalon game was back in the intensive care unit as of Tuesday, Oct. 9, according to a blog maintained by friends of the family.

Seventeen-year-old Dax Ryan McGregor returned to the ICU because of blood clots in his left arm, according to Sheri Zastoke’s post at giveforward.com.

“The Doctors have started him on Blood thinning medications which have certain risks. This is a reminder the we definitely need to keep supporting this family because, it seems there are gong to be many highs and lows and Dax has a very, very long road ahead,” Zastoke wrote.

McGregor’s setback came two days after his initial release from the ICU.

McGregor apparently suffered a brain injury during the Avalon homecoming game in late September. One witness said he was sacked three or four times before he complained about not feeling well.

McGregor was evacuated to the mainland for treatment.

Giveforward.com has been raising money for the McGregor family. So far, the web drive has raised $19,472 of the $25,000 goal.

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