High school player who attacked referee after being thrown out charged with crime
Emmanuel Duron, 18, has been charged with class A assault, according to a report from TheMonitor.com.
Duron was thrown out of the high school game after having words with the official for a personal foul penalty called on him, and he returned to the field from the sideline and trucked the 59-year-old head official, Fred Gracia. Gracia was sent flying to the ground and laid there for several minutes.
Bond was set at $10,000 for Duron.
Edinburg High and PSJA High in Edinburg, Texas, was being played on December 3.
Below is the incident that shows Duron charging the official.
Duron is currently being held in county jail until he makes bond.