Lummi’s Caleb Revey runs with the ball during a 61-24 victory over Orcas Island Sept. 24. Revey is one of a number of players who will have a bigger role for the Blackhawks in 2017.
Lummi’s Caleb Revey runs with the ball during a 61-24 victory over Orcas Island Sept. 24. Revey is one of a number of players who will have a bigger role for the Blackhawks in 2017. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
Lummi’s Caleb Revey runs with the ball during a 61-24 victory over Orcas Island Sept. 24. Revey is one of a number of players who will have a bigger role for the Blackhawks in 2017. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

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