Court: HS Soccer Players Leaves Bench During Game, Kicks Rival in Face Breaking His Jaw

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Cesar Ramirez in happier times.

Tempers run hot in sports these days and apparently no hotter than in high school soccer in El Paso, here Texas where Andress High School and Jefferson High School were playing a soccer game back on February 3.  At some point during the match, store Edgar Perez of Jefferson, cialis sale and an unidentified player from Andress got into a physical altercation on the field and the Andress bench cleared to join in the brawl.

According to an affidavit, one of those players bolting from the bench was Cesar Ramirez who then allegedly kicked Perez on the face as he was on his hands and knees on the ground trying to get up. The force of that blow allegedly knocked Perez out and broke his jaw in not one, but two, places. The report goes on to say that immediately after delivering that damaging kick, Ramirez ran back to the team bench and hastily tried to put on a warm-up jersey over his uniform to cover up his number and–more than likely–avoid blame for his dastardly deed.

Didn’t work. Ramirez, 18, was arrested by El Paso Independent School District Police and charged with aggravated assault causing bodily injury.

Source: KVIA

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