Gabe Cooley Calallen – A Calallen football player was lethally cut Sunday after an episode at the Walmart on U.S. Expressway 77.
Corpus Christi cops reacted to a wounding after two individuals got into an unsettling influence, Senior Officer Travis Pace told the Caller-Times.
One casualty was taken to the clinic, where he surrendered to his wounds and the suspect was arrested without episode.
Despite the fact that police have not delivered characters for those included, commemorations started pouring in Sunday for Gabriel Cooley, who played for the Wildcats’ football and young men soccer groups.
A GoFundMe page was made Monday evening to help pay for Cooley’s burial service costs. Inside an hour of the page creation, more than $5,000 was raised. The objective of the pledge drive is $20,000.
Partners and mentors from Calallen and past gave remembrances and sympathies and communicated stun in the unexpected going of Cooley.
Cooley was recorded as a senior kicker on Calallen’s football list on MaxPreps and was named the young men soccer area Newcomer of the Year for District 29-5A in April.
Collin Kieschnick, who is likewise a kicker on the Wildcats football crew, tweeted “At lost words, fly high to my kicking accomplice, and perhaps the closest companion. You generally said I would do huge things, this profession is for you and I, Rest In Peace Cooley.”
Calallen right hand football trainer Stephen Hrncir requested supplications for the whole Calallen people group and understudy body and later tweeted a picture of Gabe Cooley’s No. 80 with heavenly attendant wings and “Find happiness in the hereafter” scripted over the base with CALALLEN STRONG.
The Wildcats are planned to open the 2020 football season on Friday, Aug. 28 against San Antonio Cornerstone Christian at Phil Danaher Field at Wildcat Stadium.