Molly Lillard was a Wisconsin high school volleyball standout before playing at Michigan, making two all-conference choices and leading her group to the state playoffs two times.
The daughter of former New york city Jets star Al Toon passed away Sunday in an evident murder-suicide in Arizona, authorities said.
Molly Lillard, 28, was determined as the victim of a shooting in Scottsdale, and her other half, Royce Lillard III, was recognized as the gunman who was barricaded in a home with his wife, authorities said. Royce Lillard was later on discovered dead due to a self-inflicted gunshot injury, according to the Arizona Republic.
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Molly Lillard was required to a hospital and later on passed away from her injuries, the newspaper reported. Cops said the couples 8-month-old child existed during the shooting however not injured.
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” I coached her previous to high school in a club season and after that four years in high school,” Lillards former high school coach Franco Marcos told the Wisconsin State Journal on Monday.” Knowing the family and Al, its truly tough to hear a story like that. … Its sad. I truly dont know what to state. Its such a terrible loss and the way it took place.”
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Toon was the No. 10 pick of the Jets in the 1985 draft. He played 8 seasons with the Jets, tape-recording 517 catches for 6,605 backyards and 31 touchdowns. He was named to the Pro Bowl 3 times and was an All-Pro First Team selection when.
” I coached her prior to high school in a club season and then four years in high school,” Lillards former high school coach Franco Marcos informed the Wisconsin State Journal on Monday. I really dont understand what to state. He played 8 seasons with the Jets, recording 517 catches for 6,605 lawns and 31 touchdowns.