Singleton spent nearly 24 hours at the hospital by her son Aaron's side. The last thing she knew, the 15-year-old, who played JV football for Joshua High School, was off to play an away game in Cleburne Thursday night.
At Joshua High School's football stadium Friday night, they honored Aaron. The Varsity team somberly carried his jersey -- number 33 -- onto the field before the game. His teammates wiped away tears, and his fellow band members marked his place in the stands with flowers. Blue ribbons dotted the crowd, sold to raise funds for his family. Even Cleburne fans wore Joshua High School blue in tribute."When you're on a football team together, you're like brothers," said Elijah Bols, who brought his jersey to the stadium. "It's a pretty hard loss for the whole team, for the whole Joshua community."
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