Zechariah Brown ( Died in Car Crash) Wiki, Bio, Age, Death, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Zechariah Brown ( Died in Car Crash) Wiki, Bio, Age, Death, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Zechariah Brown Wiki – Zechariah Brown Bio

Zechariah Brown, 18, of the city of Onondaga, He was a football player, died when the vehicle he was driving overturned on Route 695 near the Route 5 division, according to Sgt. Jon Seeber, spokesman for the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office. Kameron Jones, 19, of Camillus, a passenger in the car, was not injured in the crash that happened at 1:36 a.m.

Zechariah Brown Age

He was 18 years old.

Zechariah Brown Career

Brown was a basketball team from across New York Central and across the state in basketball for three consecutive years, earning an honorable mention as a sophomore. He was a leading scorer and an excellent 3-point shooter on King’s Warriors teams, including his first season when Westhill won a Class B state championship.

Zechariah Brown Killed in Car Crash

Zechariah Brown, 18, died in an overnight car accident on Route 690 in Geddes, near the state fairgrounds. The high school student is from the city of Onondaga.

Tributes

“Zach was a really good player for us. But to be honest, at this time I’m thinking more about him as a person,” King said. “He had a good heart. He really did. He was a good kid.”

Adam Griffo coached Brown in football at Westhill.

“It’s been a tough morning,” he said. “A lot of kids texting me. It’s not something you want to wake up to, that’s for sure. It wasn’t a good morning for those kids. I feel bad for him and his family.”

The Westhill district announced Brown’s death on its website:

“The District is saddened to hear of the sudden passing of one of its students, Zechariah Brown. We share the sadness of the community in this significant loss.”

Griffo said Brown didn’t play football last fall because he wanted to concentrate on basketball, since he hoped to play that sport in college.

“The Zach I knew, he was nice to everybody,” Griffo said. “When he played sports, he could be a handful. We used to tell him your passion for winning, it takes you to a different place where you don’t always listen to people. I thought this year in basketball, how he grew, he was getting out of that. That’s the sad thing. We’re not going to be able to see that growth in college.”

 

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