It's not the ending anyone in the community was hoping for. A sophomore at Fleming Island High School passed away Thursday, after collapsing earlier this week in the school's weight room, during school hours. Wolfson Children's Hospital released the following statement from Ben Johnson's family, as they're asking for time to grieve privately: “Ben went to be with his Lord and Savior today. While we mourn, we find peace knowing he is with Jesus. We also find hope in Ben’s selfless decision to donate his organs. Please pray for healing for our family. Our hearts are broken.” – The Johnson Family Clay County Superintendent Addison Davis also released a statement, regarding Ben's death. 'In the last two weeks, Clay County has suffered a number of scenarios that have impacted our community. We are devastated to hear about the incident involving our student, Ben Johnson. He was known as a kind, caring friend and son, who was a leader inside and outside the classroom. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ben's family,' says Davis. The FHSAA offered their thoughts on the passing of Johsnson. According to Wolfson, Ben suffered cardiac arrest and irreversible brain damage. An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause. You can help Ben Johnson’s family by donating to a Go Fund Me page set up for them here.