Man Sentenced for Shooting of Former Harrisburg Heat Player

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A Chester county man has been sentenced for shooting a former Harrisburg Heat soccer player last year.  Curtis Zebley faces nine to 18 years in prison.  Police say he shot Jason Hotchkin three times and pistol-whipped a second man after getting into an argument outside of a West Chester bar.  Hotchkin, who once was the captain of the Heat, and serves now as a youth coach, had to undergo three surgeries for his injuries and he is no longer able to run.