Bryce Boyer, a footballer from Parkland High School, Allentown passed away at a young age. The 2020 graduate of Parkland played in four of BGSU’s twelve games in 2022.
He played in his first collegiate game against Eastern Michigan. Boyer still has a lot to accomplish and experience, but his untimely demise dashed all of his hopes.
Obituary: What Happened To Bryce Boyer Of Allentown?
Bryce Boyer, a footballer from Allentown, Pennsylvania, and a Varsity Boys player for Parkland High School, died unexpectedly. His brother, Brock Boyer announced the news on Twitter and wrote, ” I’m not sure why, but I know you’ll be OK.”
“Thank you for always being a wonderful brother to me. I love you.”
I love you Bryce ❤️ I don’t know why but I know your gonna be okay . Thanks for always being a great brother to me . Love you 💔 pic.twitter.com/HlrEmSWa11
— Brock Boyer (@Brockboyer5) June 9, 2022
A family death announcement will be issued shortly, although no preliminary cause of death has been confirmed. Bryce’s untimely death has left a gaping hole in the lives of his family and close friends.
We pray for the everlasting peace of his departed soul and offer our heartfelt sympathies and support to the bereaved family during this time of great grief and heartbreaking loss.
Boyer was a member of a Parkland program that won District eleven crowns when he was a freshman and sophomore. He was a member of an offensive line that provided the Trojans with a fast game. He did understand how to succeed both in business and in the classroom.
“My experience as a student-athlete at Parkland went just like I wanted it to,” Boyer said. “Parkland soccer has always been something dear to my heart.” To me, the group is like a second set of family. And the professors are second to none.”
Boyer recently celebrated his birthday on May 15, according to BG football Tweet.
He also played three years of varsity football at Anthony Wayne High School where he was coached by Anderson Brungard. The team finished 31-4-1 during the last three years, with 11-1 records in each of the last two seasons.
In his career, he has 17 catches for 201 yards and six touchdowns. On defense, he racked up 187 tackles and eight quarterback sacks.
According to Bgsufalcons, he was Northern Lakes League’s first-team tight end and middle linebacker, also the First-team all-district, and all-state middle linebacker.
He was Elk Student of the Month and a member of the National Honor Society. A Youth Leadership of Toledo graduate and football and basketball team captain.
He also played against Toledo and against Miami (OH).
Bryce Boyer, A Parkland Football Player Death Has Shocked Everyone
Bryce Boyer was a Parkland football player whose untimely death devastated everyone. The Parkland Football Booster Club posted the player’s obituary and referred to him as one of their own.
The statement read, “Today, our football family is in mourning at the death of one of our own. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Boyer family as they deal with this unfathomable loss. #66 Rest In Peace”
He used to wear the number 66 jersey in the club.
People are flooding social media with obituary notices and condolence messages for his family. This news has left us devastated. My heartfelt thoughts, prayers, and love go out to Brody, Brock, Kristin, and the whole Boyer family.
Bryce Boyer Drug Overdose Rumors Linked To His Demise
Bryce Boyer was too young to die of age and there is no news of his accident. As a result, many people believe he died of a drug overdose. Several athletes have died as a result of drug abuse and overdose.
They’re hopeful it won’t be the same for Boyer.
Because there is no official report to validate the claim, accusing him of it is unethical. We will update you with further information about the player as soon as possible.