Teen Blinded on Football Field Has a New Mission

Spencer Scholtz wants to raise money to buy eye shields for teammates after being blinded in one eye during a preseason game.
0:45 | 09/05/14

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You can only see out of one -- but a high school football player Florida. Setting his sights on a new missions Spencer Schultz now wears a dark aren't -- -- school after pre season game accident. During a block of a player accidentally jabbed him in the ice his hand pushing through that slot for a helmet. The damage so severe Spencer will never be able to see out of that I again. Point one. Do you policeman. They if they don't except one. You are something. Schultz as telling -- -- at a fund raiser by -- shields for those football -- -- school district doesn't provide them as shields cost -- sixty dollars each. Desperately wants -- want to know how easily an accident like this can happen and how it can be avoided.

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