Tragedy leaves Quincy soccer stunned, mourning


Quincy High won the 2014 WIAA State Title. Head Coach Arturo Guerrero is second from the right, in a green shirt. (WIAA photo)

13083168_1061601057220354_3984948861327330164_nQUINCY, WA— There’s a solemn, overwhelming feeling of sadness this week in Quincy, where Quincy High School head soccer coach Arturo Guerrero has lost two sons in a horrific Monday morning traffic accident.

Killed in the crash were 14 year-old Alec Guerrero and his brother, 12 year-old Adam Guerrero. Both boys played soccer for Quincy United.

Wife and Mother Anne Guerrero, the driver of the van in the crash, remains hospitalized in critical condition.

ALERT: GoFundMe Account Now Online to help Guerrero Family

Father of the boys, Arturo Guerrero, coached the Quincy JackRabbits to the 2014 WIAA State Championship. He was also voted WIAA Coach of the Year for 2A that season.

The news link to the Wenatchee World story on the tragedy has been viewed over 7,000 times on Facebook with scores of folks posting their condolences to the family.


Some have taken to Twitter to express unity for the family.


By all accounts Mr. Guerrero is doing important work at Quincy High School. Beyond soccer he is in charge of helping migrant students through the graduation process.

On Tuesday Quincy Junior High opened its doors to students who knew Alec and Adam and grief counselors were made available to anyone who wanted to talk.

It’s the second known recent tragedy for Quincy High School soccer. In January of 2015 teacher Tom Turner, who founded the boys soccer program at QHS back in 1998, passed away from brain cancer at the age of 59. Guerrero took over in 2013 as head coach as Turner’s health battles mounted. As mentioned earlier, Guerrero then led the JackRabbits to the 2014 WIAA state crown.

Details of memorial services for the Guerrero boys have not yet been announced.



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  1. My heart goes out to all who were affected by this sad tragic accident. To the Guerrero family, my geart aches for you all, i cant even express words for your pain, my condolences to you all. May these two young boys rest in paradise, may the lord wrap his arms around their mom, dad and their other sibiling and give you the strength to cope and heal this pain in your hearts.

    Your all in my heart, prayers ❤


  2. God be with the Guerrero familia and the city of Quincy during this time of there loss may god fill your hearts with strength to endure your pain of the loss of these two young men 💙


  3. I do not know your family, however, I know that overwhelming sense of loss and sadness. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I raised my girls in Ephrata and one, Jennifer DeLeon, still lives in Moses Lake. Prayers to you from Spokane, WA. Judy Caessens.


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