Charity football games to benefit injured Roane County player

Charity football games to benefit injured Roane County player

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Seth Haynes was released from the hospital on October 25 after suffering a broken neck during a football game. Seth Haynes was released from the hospital on October 25 after suffering a broken neck during a football game.

KNOXVILLE (WATE) - Grace Christian Academy is hosting two football games Saturday to benefit injured Roane County High School football player Seth Haynes.

The games are part of GCA's Character Star Athlete program. All proceeds will go to Haynes and his family.

Haynes, 15, suffered a broken neck during a football game on Oct. 18. He was released from the hospital a week later.

Game one will kick-off at 1 p.m. between West Greene and Bearden. Game two will kick-off at 5 p.m. between William Blount and Hardin Valley Academy. 

A short ceremony will take place with Haynes at center field between games. 

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