The sad news of Joe Johnson  Hawks coach Aaron Cooper has been announced , Aaron died today May 16 2020.

The news of his death was confirmed by the The Joe Johnson Hawks program on Facebook where they mourned  the sudden passing away of their coach.

In their post the Hawks said they extend their condolence to the family of Aaron Cooper:

“The entire HAWKS organization extend our condolences to Coach Cooper and family!
RIP Aaron Cooper”.

The entire HAWKS organization extend our condolences to Coach Cooper and family!
RIP Aaron Cooper

Posted by Joe Johnson HAWKS on Saturday, May 16, 2020

Twitter fans and followers where not left out as they also  flood in their tributes to the late Hawks coach Aaron Cooper:

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Aaron Cooper was born on October 22 1991 in little Rock Ark.

He is the Son of Raymond and Treva Cooper all from Little Rock, Aaron has two brothers, Quinn and Javon and a bueautiful Jalynn who is their younger sister.

Aaron Cooper, played in 14 games for the Bears in his freshman campaign. In 2010-11, he collected four rebounds and five points while contributing seven assists. His three-pointer against Arkansas State at JQH Arena on Dec. 22 accounted for a majority of his season scoring, while his three assists and eight minutes against Illinois State on Jan. 1 were also season highs.

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He led the North Pulaski Falcons to a 26-6 record in 2009-10, the team was 13-1 in the Southeast Conference en route to winning a conference championship for the second straight season.

He earned Arkansas Democrat-Gazette All-State honors.

Aaron took the all-time leading scorer at North Pulaski.

He was also all-state and conference MVP as a junior in 2008-09.

Aaron earned Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Super Sophomore Team and all-conference honors in 2007-08.

He averaged double figures as a freshman (11.0) and sophomore (15.0) … Helped the Arkansas Wings to a U16 national championship in 2007.