Mary Medina, the school’s head athletic trainer gave him the concussion standard ‘King-Devick’ test. “That is a short 32 second test where they read numbers and Oscar was off by a couple seconds,” said Medina. The test measured his ability to think and respond to a series of questions that he’d already taken in the past. Since he already knew the answers, he shouldn’t have had any difficulty; but that wasn’t the case. “We pulled him!” said Medina.

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