A Nebraska high school sports star has died after collapsing during track practice Friday.

Hunter Palmer, 18, was a student at Wisner-Pilger High School in Wisner. He played basketball and was an all-district running back committed to Midland University in Nebraska, which plays in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, according to the Omaha World-Herald.

“It is with a heavy heart that we can confirm that Hunter Palmer, a senior at Wisner-Pilger Schools, has died,” the school said in a statement, via KSNB-TV. «Additional information regarding funeral arrangements will be shared once they are known. It is important for parents to monitor their children during this difficult time. Grief is very complicated and can affect each child differently. If your child needs help, please contact Wisner-Pilger Public Schools at 402-529-3249.»

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Hunter Palmer was 18 years old and committed to play college football.

The Lincoln Journal Star noted that temperatures were in the 80s that day.

The high school senior also had an affinity for wrestling, golf and baseball, according to an obituary.

“He loved hanging out with friends, driving, watching Netflix, lifting weights, singing and drinking Dr. Pepper. His favorite teams were the Green Bay Packers and the Clemson Tigers,” the obituary read.

Jeff Jamrog, the head coach of Midland University, also shared his condolences.

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«Heaven won a great young man,» Jamrog tweeted. “Our hearts are heavy and we all grieve over the loss of Hunter Palmer. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Palmer family, friends and the Wisner-Pilger community.

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Hunter Palmer was a three-sport athlete. (Eakin Howard/Getty Images)

«Our staff really enjoyed recruiting Hunter. He was a dynamic young man who was an absolute joy to be around. Hunter was someone very special and he will never be forgotten. Hunter left too soon. May you rest in eternal peace, Hunter. We miss you already .»

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Palmer had just competed in a track meet and achieved a personal best in the high jump, winning the event. He also helped his team finish second in the relay.

Associated Press contributed to this report.