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February 4, 2015 at 2:27 PM

National Signing Day: Federal Way

Federal Way planned its celebration at the start of first lunch so dozens of students could celebrate with family members of the four football players who officially signed national letters of intent to play football at the collegiate level.

Chico McClatcher (UW), Jared Pulu (Air Force), Charlie Taumoepeau (Portland State) and David Tiumalu (South Dakota School of the Mines) sat at a table with a “Brotherhood” sign sandwiched between a Federal Way helmet and a football, complete with gold and purple balloons and streamers.

Coach John Meagher introduced each player and afterward told students in the audience they could follow their dreams, too, with hard work in the classroom and out. Plenty of photos and smiles followed.

Coach John Meagher with his players #stpreps

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