Police are looking for the person who opened fire at a youth football game in Jacksonville, killing a 27-year-old man and wounding his 7-year-old son next to Arlington Heights Elementary School...

Cops describe the shooter as a man wearing a hoodie and a mask -- who jumped out of a grey SUV and fired the shots, before jumping back in the vehicle and driving away.

Officials believe it was NOT a random shooting -- they believe the 27-year-old victim was targeted.

During the shooting, most of the football players dropped to the ground to avoid being hit. Moments later, everyone on the field took off running, trying desperately to leave the area.

When the dust settled cops say the 27-year-old victim was killed in the attack -- and a 7-year-old boy (believed to be his son) was also shot, but he's expected to recover.

Officials are still looking for the suspect -- and they're asking anyone with information to reach out to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office at (904) 630-0500 or contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS (8477) to remain anonymous.

Filed Under: General Sports


Bunch of freaking animals man. And that’s not a racist statement I’m talking black white brown yellow or whatever. At a kids football game come on man really.
Reply7 months
This is sad but honestly doesn't look like something I should fear.
Reply7 months
The chirren skreets lady was based AF
Reply7 months
2 min mark of the news report. That woman is woke.
Reply7 months
“When are black lives gonna start matter to ourselves?” Woman is absolutely right.
7 months
That GD Trump and white people...they are going to get everyone killed
Reply7 months
Shooter described as a person.
Reply7 months
What a relief... we can now narrow our search to earth.
7 months
This is not sports talk.
Reply7 months
And it certainly isn’t “Lite”
7 months
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