Sports world reacts to Santa Fe High School shooting

The sports world was once again mourning with the rest of the nation after another school shooting, this one in Santa Fe, Tx., which left at least 10 dead on Friday.

Nine of those killed were high school students, and one was a teacher, a law enforcement official told CNN.

Outspoken Knicks center Enes Kanter wondered when something will finally be done about school shootings.

“Every high school student in America should be celebrating either graduating or being so close to summer,” he tweeted. “At least 8 #Texas kids were robbed of that of that pleasure today. I’m not saying what we should do, but when is anything ever going to be enough to start doing something?”

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The Houston Texans, whose stadium is located 36 miles from Santa Fe High School, released a statement sending "condolences to the victims."

“On behalf of the Texans organization we are saddened by the tragic events at Santa Fe High School this morning and extend our thoughts and heartfelt condolences to the victims, their families, and all those affected,” they said. “We are grateful for the brave first responders, law enforcement officials and medical personnel. The Texans family will continue to pray for our neighbors.”

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Texans star defensive end J.J. Watt simply tweeted, “Absolutely horrific.”

Here’s a running list of sports figures reacting on social media: