Creekside graduate honors late friend’s memory with lacrosse clinic for Lakota [email protected]
Creekside High School graduate Ben Wiegel, holds gear donated by local lacrosse programs to his initiative Koby’s Cause, which strives to promote suicide awareness through the sport of lacrosse, at his home on Friday, July 7, 2017. Koby’s Cause was created in memory of his late friend Koby Stevens, who died from suicide caused by depression shortly after turning 16-years-old in April 2015. From July 17 to July 19, Wiegel will host a lacrosse clinic at Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, a Lakota region plagued by high rates of teen suicide.
Source: Creekside graduate honors late friend’s memory with lacrosse clinic for Lakota tribe | St. Augustine Record
The bottom of a creek bed is muddy and not a pleasant place. For most species, it’s impossible to descend any deeper.
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