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  • Emerald Ridge Mosiah Nasili-Liu is school’s first Pac-12 player

    Emerald Ridge's Mosiah Nasili-Liu had a signing ceremony on Wednesday at the school to send off his letter of intent to the University of Washington, talking about his journey from having not played football until his freshman year, to getting to go to UW on a scholarship.

Emerald Ridge Mosiah Nasili-Liu is school’s first Pac-12 player

Emerald Ridge's Mosiah Nasili-Liu had a signing ceremony on Wednesday at the school to send off his letter of intent to the University of Washington, talking about his journey from having not played football until his freshman year, to getting to go to UW on a scholarship.
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