A Pennsylvania high school football game was suspended on Friday night after one of the quarterbacks collapsed on the field and was rushed to the hospital.
The game was being played between Karns City High School and Redbank Valley High School in Butler County. Karns City quarterback Mason Martin began to stagger during the third quarter, and referee Mike Vasbiner noticed it, according to the Butler Eagle.
Martin then collapsed and was rushed by helicopter to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh. The game was called off and Redbank Valley was determined the winner as they led 35-6 at the time.
The high school football team shared an update from Martin’s mother on their social media.
"Mason remains in critical condition with little change over the last 36 hours," the message on Sunday reads. "The truth is we need a miracle. I’m not saying that to sound grim, but to let you know that we need the strength of your prayers."