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Massachusetts HS hockey player speaks publicly for first time since serious spinal cord injury – WCVB Boston

In a video shared on Twitter, A.J. Quetta thanked everyone for their support, especially his teammates at Bishop Feehan High School.



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ATTLEBORO, Mass. —A Massachusetts high school hockey player shared a public message for the first time since he was severely injured on the ice last month.
A.J. Quetta, a senior at Bishop Feehan High School in Attleboro, recorded a video message that was shared on the Twitter account of Joe McDonald, a sports writer for the Worcester Telegram and Gazette.
Quetta crashed headfirst into the boards in a Jan. 26 game against Pope Francis in West Springfield and suffered a serious spinal cord injury.

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