Obituary : Maddie Potts death, Local high school senior dies suddenly Saturday night

By | December 5, 2016

RICHMOND, R.I. (WJAR) — One Rhode Island community is mourning the loss of a local soccer star.
Maddie Potts, captain of the Chariho girls’ soccer team, collapsed on the field during a soccer game Saturday night.

According to the Westerly Sun, she was taken to Hasbro Children’s Hospital where she was later pronounced dead.
The superintendent told The Westerly Sun the teen died from a brain aneurysm while taking a penalty kick. Full Story 


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Hey NFL If you ever want to see what that flag means, go to a funeral of a Veteran when that flag is presented to the relatives. That is when the flag becomes the most important thing in their lives because that is all they have left.

I don’t support any of the protesters. I’m tired of everyone portraying themselves as victims. Equal opportunity is there. Enough with the free rides. Stay in school, work hard and be kind to others. It’s that simple!!!

 There are 19 evil people that hit the laughing emoji. You have no soul, if you hate the flag & this country, LEAVE!!!!!!

 Well the ravens and jags took a knee in london during our anthem !! I love the game, and watching. But, i think its about time we as a nation show these kids playing a game for our entertainment who they work for. I think next sunday the nation should take a knee and not one person turn on the TV for a football game. It would take one week and we would get the point across. 

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 It is a piece of cloth. it is what it represents that matters and right now it is representing the current administration. when one kneels it is not in disrespecting the times when our flag was held in honor…it is in protest of those who hold the flag now.

Instead of reporting about players kneeling, can you show us the ones who do this instead? Or pictures of the fans in the stands who also respect the flag.

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