HARTSVILLE, S.C. - Friends of a South Carolina high school football player who collapsed on the
field are coming together in his memory.
Ronald Rouse collapsed Friday during his game in Hartsville.
The coroner said he died at the hospital later from cardiac arrest.
The marching band made stickers for classmates to wear in his honor.
His funeral was set for Wednesday in his high school gym.
The school district said it didn't know Rouse had an enlarged heart.
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