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High school football player passes away due to possible pill laced with fentanyl

A mother in Broomfield is mourning the loss of her 19-year-old son.

Rose Smoak claims he died after taking a pill that may have been laced with fentanyl.

The official cause of his death remains an ongoing investigation – but now she is left planning a funeral during the holidays.

Smoak wants her son to be remembered as an educated, smart and talented athlete.

Smoak says her son called her, excited to get a new pair of glasses. An hour later, he died.

“Someone gave him a pill and he stopped breathing,” Smoak said through tears.

She says right now it feels unreal that she lost her son to a pill. Now she is left with only his memory.

Malik Majekodumni, also known as “Malik Majek,” was part of the Cherry Creek High School football championship team in 2020 and 2021, a talented edge rusher, who found himself immersed in the sport, especially after losing his sister Priscilla to suicide seven years ago.

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