The Brush community is mourning the loss of a Brush High School student who died unexpectedly Tuesday night.
Alec Kornet, a junior, died Tuesday evening, according to the district.
Family members tell WKYC the 17-year-old fell while skating during a hockey practice Tuesday night.
After making his way to the bench, he had some water and then collapsed again.
The team's coach and Kornet's father performed CPR, but a pulse wasn't able to be detected.
PHOTOS | Alec Kornet
The teen wasn't hit in the head, had no medical conditions, and doesn't take energy drinks, his father told WKYC.
Alec was an honor student and member of the band, hockey and soccer teams.
The district is providing grief counseling to students and staff.
The community has already started showing support for Kornet and his family.
Rest easy #4. One of my greatest pals from my childhood. I'll never forget those backyard wrestling matches for the world. Love you brother pic.twitter.com/wQ1FRDmJDH— Chase Lounge (@mike_taddeo) February 15, 2017
The Kent State Ice Arena sends its condolences to @brushhockey on the loss of their student-athlete.— Kent State Ice Arena (@KSUicearena) February 15, 2017
So sad to hear of the passing of @BrushHockey's Alec Kornet!
Our thoughts and prayers are with the Kornets & all in the Brush community.— EC Athletics (@ECHSAthletics) February 15, 2017
Our thoughts and prayers are with @brushhockey and the Kornet family. May you be comforted by God's love.— CVCA Hockey (@CVCAHockey) February 15, 2017
The Brooklyn Athletic Program & Brooklyn Hockey team sends its condolences to @brushhockey on the loss of your teammate.— Brooklyn Hurricanes (@HurricanesBHS) February 15, 2017