2 Legacy High School coaches released from hospital after bus crash

Posted at 7:06 PM, Sep 13, 2016
and last updated 2016-09-14 00:26:10-04

BROOMFIELD, Colo. – Two of the Legacy High School football coaches injured in Sunday’s bus crash at Denver International Airport were released from the hospital Tuesday.

Legacy Principal Sara Marx sent a letter to staff and students at the school Tuesday evening saying coaches Wayne Voorhees and Kyle Rider were released.

Matt Kroupa remains hospitalized. All three suffered serious injuries in the crash, which killed the driver of the bus.

The school announced earlier Tuesday that the varsity team would play its homecoming game Friday evening as planned.

Voorhees is the head coach at Legacy, but Matt Craddock will serve as interim head coach Friday. Voorhees sent out a tweet when he got home Tuesday.


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