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YORBA LINDA, Calif. (KTLA) — A high school soccer tournament kicks off Monday to raise money and awareness for With Hope, the Amber Craig Memorial Foundation, which tries to prevent teen suicides.

Amber Craig was a soccer player on the El Dorado High School freshman soccer team in 2005 when she committed suicide at the age of 14.

The With Hope Foundation was started in Amber’s honor by her mother, Annette Craig.

The tournament with all the local high school soccer teams starts Monday and goes on for several days.

For more information on the With Hope Foundation go to:

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