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Lafayette rallies for grad critically injured in August hit and run

Lafayette rallies for grad critically injured in August hit and run

Ninety-one people stood on Lafayette High School’s field hockey field with one purpose: to support a critically injured graduate.

They came with signs, prayers and kind words on Sunday at sundown. They came for Jared Antle, 19, who graduated from Lafayette in 2017, according to Williamsburg-James City County School Division records.

“Jared’s taking a nap right now,” rally organizer Brandy RB Campbell said of Antle’s injuries. “He’ll get up and be ready to move in a little bit. The ‘Burg hadn’t done a lot, so it was really important for us to show Lafayette...

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