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Former ETHSH Basketball Player, Ryan Bost Has Passed Away



Former ETHSH Basketball Player, Ryan Bost Is Dead

Sad to report that Former Evanston Township High School Wildkits Mens Basketball basketball player, Ryan Bost has sadly passed away. Ryan Bost tragically lost his life today.

Ryan’s death is a huge loss to the community and basketball world. He was an awesome young man and athlete.

According to reports, The basketball coach was shot and killed today in gun violence in Chicago. Following the shooting, Ryan was rushed to Saint Francis Hospital, where he was declared dead by medics. A 2019 graduate of Evanston Township High School, where he excelled in basketball.

Reacting to his death his former player, Dontae Johnson in a series of tweets via his Twitter handle said Ryan was the one who made his a better coach and much more a better person.

Read His Tweets: Coaching goes beyond the x’s and o’s, situations, and scouting reports/gameplans. It’s about making a difference in someone’s life. Ryan Bost, thank you for making me not just a better coach but a better person. Never got to tell you this but I love you brotherRed heart. RIH.

The Evanston Fight For Black Lives has also penned down their heartfelt condolences to the family of Ryan.

Read: Evanston Fight for Black Lives wants to wish our deepest condolences to the friends and family of Ryan Bost. Many of us knew him as a kind, caring and considerate soul. He will always be remembered for his involvement as a star player on the ETHS basketball team, as well as a loving member of our Evanston community.

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