(12-16-21) Cole Hagan (16) a student at Brazoswood (Tx) High School was lured outside during a party when another teen told him his car was damaged. Hagan was reported to have been attacked by three of his football teammates.

Reid Mitchell (17), Logan Huber (17) and Ayden Holland (18) were all charged with aggravated assault in the attack and were released on a $20,000 bond each.

Hagan suffered two skull fractures, a broken collar bone and a brain bleed during the attack that happened on Friday, December 3rd around 11:30 p.m. at a home on Cherrywood Court in Lake Jackson, Texas (a suburb of Houston).

According to a court affidavit and statements to the police…Mitchell had planned the attack for several days. 

Huber told police that he witnessed:

“Reid Mitchell punch (Cole Hagan), bear hug him, slam him to the ground and then get on top of him and elbow him in the face,”

Classmates claimed the attack was sparked by inappropriate behavior toward women in their circle by Hagan. At least eight other students were reportedly aware of the planned attack before it happened.

Cole’s older brother Cory said after the incident

“They left him in the road after they finished attacking him and then texted one of his friends that were in the backyard of this house to say, ‘Hey come get your boy out of the street.’

Cole’s condition has improved since the attack took place…he is off the ventilator and is able to breathe on his own.

Brazoswood High School statement on the incident –

“We are aware that a Brazoswood High School student was the victim of an off campus assault at a Lake Jackson residence by another Brazoswood student over the weekend. The victim is severely injured and remains in our thoughts and prayers. The student involved will not be on campus. The incident is under investigation by the Lake Jackson Police Department. If more information is discovered as a result of the investigation, we will take actions accordingly. We expect our students, staff and Brazoswood community to come together to help support the victim and family. Any retaliation or threats will not be tolerated, and students will be charged to the fullest extent of the law. This event did not occur on campus, but we will have additional police officers and counseling available for students in efforts to assist them on campus beginning Monday, December 6th.”

Did you know…

Hagan and two of the attack suspects all earned honors during the past football season-

District 24 6A Honorable Mention
Cole Hagan WR
Logan Huber DT
Reid Mitchell DB

The Buccaneers went 4-6 on the season and 1-5 in district play