Lake Cormorant senior remembered at football game - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

Lake Cormorant senior remembered at football game

(Source: LC Football Boosters via Twitter) (Source: LC Football Boosters via Twitter)
LAKE CORMORANT, MS (WMC) -

A DeSoto County student who passed away last weekend was remembered during Friday night’s football game against West Point.

The 34-yard lines were marked on Gator Field at Lake Cormorant High School to honor Jaquarius Harper, who was number 34.

Harper, a senior, died in an accidental shooting Saturday morning.

Deputies say Harper and his friends were playing with a gun when it fired.

Students also held up a sign that paid tribute to Harper.

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