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Old High varsity soccer player Ramon Gonzalez passes away

The Rider Lady Raiders soccer team posted this message to the family of Ramon Gonzalez. (Source: Facebook) The Rider Lady Raiders soccer team posted this message to the family of Ramon Gonzalez. (Source: Facebook)
Old High Senior Ramon "LG" Gonzalez passed away Saturday after battling Cancer twice. (Source: Gofundme) Old High Senior Ramon "LG" Gonzalez passed away Saturday after battling Cancer twice. (Source: Gofundme)
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) -

The Wichita Falls ISD family is mourning the loss of one of their own.

Old High Senior Ramon "LG" Gonzalez passed away Saturday after battling cancer twice.

He was known as a fighter with a big heart.

Ramon was on the varsity soccer team for the Coyotes.

On Facebook, the Rider Lady Raiders soccer team posted a photo which said in part, "Our thoughts and prayers are with LG's family, friends, and teammates during this time.:"

They also called him an amazing young man.

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