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Topic - Maryalice Russell
Doctors were trying to determine why 24 McMinnville High School players developed a condition that caused intense pain and dangerous swelling in their arms and hospitalized two boys just as a football training camp was getting under way.
A doctor sums up the illness that hit 19 members of a northwest Oregon high school football team as "very weird." They all suffered muscle damage after a preseason camp.
All but three of the players who suffered muscle damage during preseason practice at an Oregon high school are expected to be out of the hospital Monday.
The McMinnville High School Grizzlies opened fall football practice on Monday while two of their teammates remained hospitalized and doctors tried to determine why 24 players developed a condition that caused intense pain and dangerous swelling in their arms.
Ten Oregon high school football players remain hospitalized as they're treated for a rare soft-tissue condition that has school authorities puzzled.
School officials, parents and players remained puzzled Sunday over what caused 19 members of a high school football team in northwest Oregon to suffer muscle damage _ three of whom required surgery _ following a fall camp.
Members of the coaching staff who were on hand did not say the room was uncomfortably hot, Russell said.
McMinnville School District Superintendent Maryalice Russell said one parent brought in the label of a protein shake a player had been drinking.