SEAGRAVES, TX (KWES) - The 20-year-old Brownfield man involved in a 2014 Seagraves shooting was sentenced on Tuesday.
Judge of the 106th District Court, Honorable Carter Schildknecht, sentenced Sha'Colby Hill with six years of deferred adjudication.
Judge Schildknecht also ordered Hill to report to the Community Supervision Department, pay a $1,500 fine plus court costs and have no contact with his co-defendants.
Hill, along with Kendrick Davis, Chris Davis and Dominic Fisher were involved in a fight at a party in Seagraves in late July 2014.
The men grabbed guns and opened fire, critically injuring Patrick Gibson, 25.
Gibson was flown to a Lubbock hospital the night of the shooting. Since then, he's had three surgeries and numerous follow-up appointments.
Hill was a star athlete at Brownfield High School and went on to play football at Wayland Baptist University in 2015.
On the grounds of his deferred adjudication, Hill cannot go to Seagraves, must remain a full-time student and report his grades at the end of each semester to the district judge.