Friends of a paralyzed New Hampshire high school football player are raising money for him this weekend and need some help.
Cooper Doucette says he doesn’t ask “why me.” Instead, the 15-year-old Nashua North High School student who was paralyzed during a pre-season football practice drill focuses on his progress and looks ahead, with goals of regaining movement, going to college, getting a good job, and hopefully walking again.
NASHUA, N.H. (CBS) – A girl and her father are organizing a raffle for Cooper Doucette, the New Hampshire high school football player severely injured in an accident during practice. It includes two tickets for […]
A Nashua High School sophomore who broke his back in August is back home.