Funeral services have been announced for the junior lacrosse player at Rumson-Fair Haven High School in New Jersey who was found dead in an apparent suicide Sunday morning.
Peter “Pierce” Jarck died early Sunday morning at his family’s home in Rumson, located in Monmouth County. He was 16.
The 5-foot-10, 165-pound Jarck played defense and longstick midfield. He was one of the Rumson-Fair Haven’s leading newcomers to the varsity team as a sophomore last spring. He played on the New Jersey Riot travel lacrosse program.
Lee Southren, director of the Riot program, said players and families in the program were “devastated” after learning of Pierce’s passing. He described Pierce as a “great kid everybody loved.”
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