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LIVE CHAT today (11 a.m.) with Bellarmine Prep’s Sefo Liuafau, and other links

Post by Todd Milles / The News Tribune on Sep. 14, 2012 at 7:59 am with No Comments »
September 14, 2012 8:00 am

Greetings. Things are starting to sort themselves out on the prep-football front … but we will get to that later.

The News Tribune will hold a live chat at 11 a.m. today with Bellarmine Prep quarterback Sefo Liufau, who has committed to Colorado and is a senior with the Lions. He arguably leads the short list of best dual-threat quarterbacks in Washington.

Liufau

We will take questions from you. And if things slow down, I will turn it into a live interview with Liufau, who also plays basketball at Bellarmine Prep, and is a starting forward.

Other stuff:

* I was at Memorial Stadium where Federal Way put on an awesome display of big-play capability – from Chico McClatcher, to Zeek McNeal, to D’Londo Tucker … even the team’s best all-around player, Albert Havili, got in the mix with an interception return for a score. Big step taken in repeating as SPSL South champion.

* The TNT also covered North Thurston’s return to the Narrows League after more than a decade in Lacey. Note: Hidden gem of a team down there.

* In what was certainly a showdown-of-the-week candidate, King’s routed Archbishop Murphy – and is detailed here by The Everett Herald.

* Anybody who has endured a serious injury or two in football – Jordan and Jackson Leech have a story for you from Steilacoom. They are twin brothers, and team captains for the Sentinels.

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