DUPREE, S.D. (AP) — Authorities say a boys basketball player in South Dakota died suddenly during practice.
Ziebach County Sheriff Gary Cudmore said the team was doing wind sprints when the Dupree High School student collapsed Monday evening. Life-saving measures were performed until emergency responders arrived. Cudmore says he drove the ambulance to Indian Health Services in Eagle Butte, while attempts to revive the player continued.
The Argus Leader reports authorities have not released the name of the student or his cause of death.
The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Law Enforcement is investigating the case.
Court documents say the man, then 45, communicated with the girl using Skout, an app used for dating and finding friends. He sent the girl explicit images of himself and asked her to do the same, the document says.
Prosecutors said the man killed his girlfriend in Yankton, where they both lived, then drove to Michigan, where he grew up. Authorities said he discarded the woman's body in a river, where two boys found it weeks later.