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WA Athlete makes a change

TheInsiders.com spoke Friday afternoon with Tracy Ford, a 5-7, 165-pound athlete, who is in the process of making a pretty big change for himself. Last year he played for Federal Way Decatur. But when his Mom moved to Bellevue, he saw an opportunity to play for the defending Class 3A champs. He's taken that opportunity and will be suiting up for the Wolverines this fall.

"In the spring I was here watching them, because my Mom had just moved," Tracy said. "Then I started lifting with the team and later started going to passing leagues and now I'm registered." When we caught up with Ford, he was inbetween sessions at the James Hasty select camp for defenders. "We just worked on technique," he said about the morning session. "They stressed technique. They said...

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