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Laufasa, Wilson sign letters of intent to play in college at Bothell High School

Bothell High School football coaches, left, Robb Clarke and, far right, head coach Tom Bainter, accompany seniors Darrin Laufasa, left, and Danny Wilson on signing their letters of intent at Bothell High School Wednesday.   - contributed photo
Bothell High School football coaches, left, Robb Clarke and, far right, head coach Tom Bainter, accompany seniors Darrin Laufasa, left, and Danny Wilson on signing their letters of intent at Bothell High School Wednesday.
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A ceremony was held on Wednesday at Bothell High School for senior football players Danny WIlson and Darrin Laufasa, as they signed their letters of intent to play college football.

The event took place with friends, family, coaches and teammates gathered around in the cafeteria, including head coach Tom Bainter.

WIlson, who was one of the top running backs in the state, will play at the University of Idaho next year. Laufasa, who played fullback and linebacker, will attend the University of Texas, El Paso.

Both players were instrumental in propelling the Cougars to the regular season Crest Division title and into the playoffs.

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