PSJA Alum killed in El Paso Shooting
The PSJA Family is sad to hear reports of the loss of one of our own, PSJA High School Class of 1996 Alum Leonardo Campos, Jr., during yesterday’s tragic shooting in El Paso. Reports indicate his wife was also a victim. Our thoughts and prayers are with their family.
"We are sad to learn that one of our own was a victim of the El Paso shooting," said School Board President Jesse Zambrano. “Leo Campos was a great athlete and friend to many during his time at PSJA High. He was a goalie for the soccer team and a kicker for the football team. Leo was well liked and a role model to many athletes that looked up to him, including me. We ask for the entire PSJA community to join us in prayer. Rest in peace, hermano.”
20 people were killed and 26 other injured when a gunman opened fire at a Walmart in El Paso on Saturday morning.
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