CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A South Harrison High School football player was hospitalized following a serious injury during a game against Lincoln Friday night.

According to the Clarksburg Exponent, Dylan Jeffries underwent surgery at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown for a blood clot on his brain, which led to swelling.

Jeffries, a senior, was taken from the field on a stretcher midway through the fourth quarter.

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  • Barry Bledsoe

    Praying in Fairmont.

  • Bill

    Prayers from Jimtown,WV.

  • DH

    prayers from Charleston

  • joe buck

    prayers from williamstown

  • musselman

    prayers from musselman

  • mtnmanstan

    Prayers from Parkersburg. Stay strong to all involved.

  • Stacy

    Prayers from Martinsburg!!!

  • Samuel Mazzie

    Prayers are being sent from New York god bless

  • CS


    Prayers from Morgantown are with you and your family!

    GOD Bless!

  • CB coach Saul

    God bless and good luck to you young man

  • Kenny Wright

    Our prayers from here in Ritchie County are with you all and we certainly hope he has a full recovery. We will keep in touch with the situation. Any of us here in Ritchie County would be glad to help, if there is anything we can do.
    Kenny Wright

  • Jason Fillmore - Doddridge High Announcer

    DYLAN! If we can do anything we would be glad to help.

  • Tim walters

    Best of luck for a full recovery our prayers are with you.

  • Dave

    The grandmother of the injured player said that the pressure/swelling was now an 11, which was their target number. This is a horrible thing to happen to anyone, especially a kid. The road to recovery will be a long one for sure. The best thing at this point is for everyone around him, to stay positive and as strong as they can considering the nature of the injury. With faith and prayer, the kid will get through this.

  • Chad

    I am sorry to the family. If anyone close to the family sees this please make info available so people can help with anything you may need.