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WESCO ATHLETIC NEWS STSPN
Exciting morning at Glacier Peak as three more of Rory Rosenbach’s high octane players commit to playing college football.
“There is nothing like signing day,” Head Football Coach Rory Rosenbach said. “After the emotions of knowing they will never play another down with the guys that have become family, it’s nice to see them excited again for the sport they love” RO said.
At 8am this morning Spencer Pettit, Mason Braun and Mosese Fifita took to signing their names and committing to play college football.
Spencer Pettit Kicker #12: 3-year starter, 70% touchbacks, nearly perfect inside of 40 yards, 8-12 from 40-49yds, and a 56, 54 and 52-yard field goals are included on his resume. Spencer was known as the ‘Weapon’ for his ability to score 3 points instead of punting the ball away. Spencer gave Glacier Peak one more very lethal tool in their bag of tricks.
Spencer Pettit has committed to University of Nevada.
Mason Braun Guard #77: 3-year starter that filled a hole or opened a hole however you want to look at it. Mason was a big part of Glacier Peaks success on offense whether it was pass blocking or moving the line forward to help GP’s running game.
Mason Braun has committed to Central Washington University.
Mosese Fifita Nose Tackle #51: 3-year starter, 129 tackles, 7 sacks, 21 Tackles for a loss, 11 Forced Fumbles and 6 Blocked kicks. What can you say about this kid except that he is a beast of an athlete. Mosese possesses the ability to play 60 minutes and still have the strength to chase down an opposing player in the backfield. He is a special kind of player, the kind that is feared by every player having to lineup across from him. He is a one-man game changer!
Mosese Fifita has committed to Air Force.
Twittersphere has exploded with congratulations and expressed excitement for the possibly seeing these players on TV next fall.
“I am proud to see these guys taking what they have learned to the next level,” Coach RO said.
Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish Washington has become a favorite stop for recruiters and with a great football feeder program; it seems that trend will continue for many years.
You can watch the Grizzlies, Panthers, Timberwolves and Wildcats on STSPN.com this fall. You can also watch past games from Glacier Peak, Jackson and Snohomish at http://www.YouTube.com/SnohomishTimes all the way back to 2008.