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  • They lost their son in a rodeo accident. A year later, two parents set up a scholarship in his name.

    Sabine and Doug Lutz lost their 19-year-old son Coy after a rodeo accident in May 2016. In response to the tragedy, they started the Coy Lutz Memorial Scholarship Fund to help high school kids like Coy. On Friday and Saturday, they helped host a PRCA event at the Grange Fairgrounds as a tribute to their son.

They lost their son in a rodeo accident. A year later, two parents set up a scholarship in his name.

Sabine and Doug Lutz lost their 19-year-old son Coy after a rodeo accident in May 2016. In response to the tragedy, they started the Coy Lutz Memorial Scholarship Fund to help high school kids like Coy. On Friday and Saturday, they helped host a PRCA event at the Grange Fairgrounds as a tribute to their son.
Daniel A. Nelson dnelson@mcclatchy.com