Our Jesuit community lost a student on Wednesday. A beloved 15-year-old sophomore, who also played JV soccer, Guy was tragically killed in a horrific car crash. This is the second death this school year that the students, staff and, families have dealt with.
It is a lot.
It is a wonder that, despite the loss and the pain, Guy’s teammates were able to bolster their courage and play tonight.
During the game I snapped a picture of my son, Ben, playing goalie. Ben is also a sophomore and like everyone has been deeply affected by Guy’s death. But like the rest of his teammates, he played for Guy.
The sun was setting and in the distance part of the Dallas skyline was visible. It was beautiful and made for an easier moment in a day filled with hard ones.
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