Fund for families of Kimball students involved in accident

UPDATE: Division I, Kimball High School Establish Fallen Knights Fund following tragic accidentJustin F. Kimball High School and the Dallas ISD’s Division 1 schools have created the Fallen Knights Fund to support the families of Desedric Johnson, Trey Woodberry and Kentron Haskin, three student athletes who lost their lives in a tragic car accident Aug. 31.

A GoFundMe account has been set up to assist the families in covering costs for the students’ funeral arrangements.

To donate, visit or any Wells Fargo Bank and specify the Justin F. Kimball High School Fallen Knights account #6261652694. All funds received will be divided among the three families affected in this tragedy.

Original story from Sept. 4
In what was anticipated to be an emotional night, hundreds gathered at the Justin F. Kimball versus David W. Carter junior varsity football game Thursday, Sept. 4 to honor the victims who died in a car accident over the weekend.
It was during halftime where the student-body descended on Sprague Stadium to remember the three fallen athletes who played football for Kimball. The ceremony featured a selection from the Knight Train Band, a special presentation to the victims’ families by the Kimball Student Council and a balloon release by the school’s Academy of Hospitality and Tourism.The Dallas Independent School District, the students, staff and community will continue to rally around the affected families.

The Kimball Knights varsity team will take on the Carter Cowboys at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6 at Kincaide Stadium, where a tribute to the families will be made, beginning with a moment of silence before the game.


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