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Campus Mourns Loss of WT Football Player

Elise Preston
NewsChannel 10

CANYON---Funeral services will be held later this week for a WT football player killed in a wreck outside of Austin.

 As of Monday evening, there haD not been a date set for an official WT memorial service for 20-year-old Kendrick Cutsinger.

Friday, the junior, business major was on his way home to Austin for the Labor Day holiday weekend.

Cutsinger over corrected his pick-up truck on Highway 71 in Llano county, it rolled over and he and another WT student, Julio Rada-Moya were thrown from the truck.

Cutsinger died at the scene, tonight Rada-Moya is in critical condition at an Austin hospital.

Athletic administrators tell NewsChannel 10, their priority now is making sure teammates and students are getting the support they need.

"Remember Kendrick, remember the impact he had on this team and the campus and never forget that. We still have seasons to play. I know Kendrick would want this football team to play each game like its the last." said Athletic Director, Michael McBroom.

The Buff's next game will be Saturday against Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

Everyone who spoke with NewsChannel 10,  says that game is for Kendrick.

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