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Anderson School District One releases statement in death of Tucker Hipps

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Anderson School District One released the following statement on Tuesday regarding the death of Clemson University sophomore student Tucker Hipps:

Anderson School District One is deeply saddened by the death of former Wren High School student Tucker Hipps. He graduated from Wren High in 2013 and was on the football team. He was greatly loved by everyone that knew him. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Tucker.

Superintendent David Havird and the District extend its deepest sympathy to Tucker's family and friends in this time of loss.

Wren High School Principal Nichole Boseman said, "Even though Tucker graduated in 2013, when students come through Wren High they are part of our family forever. We have very fond memories of him being here. His infectious smile and outgoing personality will forever be remembered. He made a positive impact on the school and community. His involvement with extra-curricular activities like sports and Boys State represents the Hurricane spirit. Our hearts and prayers go out to the Hipps' family."

Jeff Tate, Wren High Athletic Director said, "Tucker was a great teammate on the football team. He had a great personality and will be greatly missed by his former teammates, the faculty and staff of Wren High."

Click here to read more on the death investigation and how students, the state are responding to Hipps' death.

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