A popular high school football player and his older sister were killed Saturday after their car was struck by another car and rolled over into a ditch, trapping them both until rescuers could get them out.

Sean Alexander Banks, 15, and older sister Antionette Marie McCoy, 22, both of Pensacola, were driving east on Kingsfield Road near Gonzalez early Saturday when 24-year-old Hunter Russell Black of Cantonment, approaching from the opposite direction, drifted into their lane, according to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol.

McCoy, who was driving a 2001 Mitsubishi Galant, tried to take an evasive maneuver but could not avoid Black's 2015 Chevy Malibu. The front right of the Chevy struck the front right of McCoy's Mitsubishi, causing it to overturn and fall into a ditch. She and Banks were trapped inside until Escambia County firefighters could get them out.

Banks and Black were taken to Sacred Heart Hospital, while McCoy was flown to Baptist Hospital via Life Flight. Both McCoy and Banks were later pronounced dead.

Black was arrested and charged with two counts of DUI manslaughter.

Banks was a varsity football player for the Tate High School Aggies. He also played basketball and baseball for the school.

The Tate High School Quarterback and Booster Club tweeted Saturday that "Sean was a hardworking student with an enthusiastic view on life, and his smile was as bright as the sun. ... Antionette was Sean's oldest sister and his biggest fan! She was a sweet, thoughtful girl, full of life and light."