Marysville-Pilchuck had special guests at an assembly yesterday, as several Seahawks drove up to the school, including Marshawn Lynch and Ricardo Lockette (more on them in a bit).
“It shows they really care about their community and what has happened,” Marysville-Pilchuck coach Brandon Carson said. “Any way they can help, they’re on top of it. It’s not like a one-time thing. We came down to practice, they represented us with stickers on their helmet one week … and it was their off day, they didn’t have to do that.
“It just shows you how much they care. I know our kids, they really liked it. They’re smiling and laughing and trying to take selfies with Sea Gals and Marshawn Lynch.”
— MPHS DECA (@MPHS_DECA) November 18, 2014
Now, back to Lynch and Lockette. Apparently, they did a good deed on the way up to the school by returning a wallet they found at a gas station to the man’s house (well, his neighbor’s).