Friday, January 6, 2012

Molock Suffers another Injury

Kyle Molock-Senior Guard Dublin Coffman

I have always said; the game of basketball can be brutal. Unfortunately for Dublin Coffman’s Kyle Molock, the injury bug has struck again. On Tuesday, early in the 4th quarter at Hilliard Davidson, as the senior guard and St. Joe’s pledge “was defending, he made a spin move and heard a pop,” said Kyle’s father, Karl. “He [Kyle] knew right away [it was a second ACL injury],” added the elder Molock. As most people know, Molock missed his junior high school basketball season as a result of an ACL injury in his left leg. This time the injury was to the right knee.

According to Molock’s father, the recent injury “is nowhere near as serious as Kyle’s last injury. Last time, Kyle tore every ligament; he totally ripped up his knee. This time, it’s just a simple ACL tear, and Kyle should be fully recovered in 4-6 months,” added Molock. Molock is expected to make a full recovery and be back on the court by June; “even stronger than ever,” his father added. Molock is reportedly in good spirits. “I could not be prouder of him [Kyle] and how he is handling it [injury]. He is in great sprits and is already  focused on college,” offered Karl Molock.

For those of you who are wondering, St. Joe’s Head Coach, Phil Martelli, has already contacted the Molock family and reassured them that Kyle still fits into their plans. “We talked to Coach Martelli and he is very positive about Kyle long term. He is still planning to [come to Columbus and] see Kyle this season,” added Molock’s father. Buckeye Prep would like to wish Kyle a full and swift recovery!


Link to St. Joe's Message Board and well wishes for Kyle

14 comments:

  1. So sorry to hear this. May he fully recover.

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  2. The Hawk Will Never Die!

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  3. Can't wait to see him on the court in a St. Joe's uniform!

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  4. I heard God took a huge s*it and it was called Ohio. I'm glad this kid is getting out and coming to Pennsylvania.

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  5. Fake Left, Go RightJanuary 6, 2012 at 2:25 PM

    Keep ur head up Kyle! I tore my achilles a year ago but now I'm right back in the game! I'm sure ur a good kid who's also good at sports and you'll be healthy in no time.

    Go hawks!

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  6. Kyle's Killer LemonadeJanuary 6, 2012 at 2:31 PM

    YOU CAN DO IT! It being a healhy comeback and leading the hawks to multiple A10 championships and NCAA tournament berths.

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  7. Speedy recovery Kyle we look forward to seeing you at Hawk Hill!

    Joe Cabrey

    THWND

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  8. Kyle,

    We ARE looking forward to your arrival on Hawk Hill. Best of luck in your recovery.

    See you in the fall!

    Jim Lockwood
    Class of Jameer 14

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  9. Get well Kyle, I will be praying for your speedy recovery!!!!!

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  10. Get well soon!
    Cant wait to see you in a St. Joe's uniform!
    The Hawk Will NEVER Die

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  11. Kyle - best wishes from St Joe and Philly. We need you here next year. Once a Hawk always a Hawk. Get well.

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  12. Thank you for adding the link to the Hawk Hoop Club Message Board! Kyle you'll see support from your future Hawk family there!

    Joe Cabrey

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  13. Get well soon, Kyle!

    We look forward to welcoming you on Hawk Hill.

    Keep your head up. You will overcome.

    There's a reason we say, "The Hawk Will Never Die!"

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  14. Get well soon Kyle. Wish you a speedy recovery. Can't wait to see you add to what will be one of the country's deepest backcourts next year!! THWND!!!

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