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Hunter Vindiola a top 100 high school football prospect in Arizona dies in ATV accident

Hunter Vindiola
Queen Creek football standout Hunter Vindiola was killed in an ATV accident in the White Mountains.

One of the top rated high school football players in the State of Arizona died in an ATV accident this weekend.

Hunter Vindiola is a 6-foot-5, 240 pound offensive lineman was ranked No. 60 among The Arizona Republic’s Top 100 2022 football prospects in the state.

He was a beast with great feet and speed. He was definitely going to get a scholarship to play ball in college. This is super unfortunate that he lost his life.

Vindiola was riding his ATV with another Queen Creek football player Friday, when they “hit a soft shoulder,” and rolled, according to Arizona Central.

This is a horrible loss. Hunter’s school posted these tweets confirming the loss of the offensive lineman. Hunter will be missed.

Our deepest condolences go out to the Vindiola family as they deal with the passing of their beloved son and our Bulldog football play, Hunter. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

— QCHSAthletics (@QCHS_Athletics) July 4, 2020

Our hearts go out to the Vindiola family. Hunter you will be missed. We also send our love to all of the Queen Creek Football families and community.#RIPDAWG72

— Queen Creek Football (@QC_football) July 4, 2020

Please pray for the Vindiola Family. This is such a horrible loss.

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