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September 25, 2014 at 3:39 PM

Eastlake/Skyline help raise money for injured Chiawana player

Today’s paper had the story of Chiawana quarterback Mac Graff, the son of coach Steve, who was injured in a hunting accident. The football, and really the high school, community have stepped up statewide to help with the high costs of medical care.

The paper details how Eastlake and Skyline both purchased “Graff Strong” shirts, with the proceeds going to directly to the Mac Graff Medical Fund on gofundme.com. Below is a picture of Eastlake players wearing their shirts Thursday, thanks to coach Don Bartel for the picture. Skyline also plans on wearing the shirts for today’s walk-through.

The Eastlake football team wearing "Graff Strong" shirts. Picture courtesy of coach Don Bartel

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