St. John football player Vianney airlifted after injury


The St. John Vianney Football Program is praying for elder Aaron Van Trease this morning after the elder suffered a significant neck injury early in Friday’s game against Manasquan High School.

Lancers quarterback and guard Van Trease was playing defensive back when he suffered a spinal cord injury in the third play of the game on a tackle attempt. According to St. John Vianney head coach Jeff Papcun, Van Trease had no sensation in his lower body when he was taken off the field by a stretcher, but had movement in his upper body. .

Van Trease underwent surgery Saturday morning at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, but his condition is unknown at this time. according to

St. John Vianney then defeated Manasquan, 32-0, and improved to 4-1. The Lancers entered the week ranked 9th in the Jeep Store Shore Sports Network Top 10

Van Trease’s injury and a significant injury to Marlboro quarterback AJ Schwartz clouded Friday night’s Shore Conference Week 4 football schedule.

Schwartz was taken by ambulance to Jersey Shore University Medical Central in Neptune following a leg injury in Marlboro’s 28-14 loss to Howell. Schwartz had played a major role in Marlboro’s 3-0 start and its first-ever Shore Sports Network Top 10 appearance. Marlboro was No. 7 entering this week and Schwartz had thrown for 200 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for 201 yards and three touchdowns. He was a third-team All-Shore selection last season.

Shore Sports Network will have an update on Van Trease’s injury when that information becomes available.

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