KLTV has learned Canton High School head football coach Gary Joe Kinne is back in the hospital.
Coach Kinne was shot last April inside the high school's field house, but returned this season to coach his team.
Eagle fans reported not seeing him on the sidelines of Friday night's game against Sabine.
Local hospital officials said he was brought in Friday night. However, they could not explain the reason for his hospitalization, they could only release that he is currently listed in fair condition.
In an interview with Coach Kinne just 2 weeks ago, he said he did not feel he was up to full strength yet, that he was only about 80 percent.
He said coaching in the heat and standing for long periods of time were still very difficult for him.
Maya Golden reporting, email@example.com
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