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Playing for state title goes from dream to reality for Anacortes football

At 12-0, team's winning season has created a buzz

Anacortes head coach Travis Anderson watches a lineman drill behind them.
Anacortes head coach Travis Anderson watches a lineman drill Tuesday, Nov. 28, on Rice Field at Seahawk Stadium in Anacortes. The Seahawks are preparing for their first-ever state championship game on Saturday, Dec. 3 versus Tumwater after not being able to field a varsity team four years ago. (Finn Wendt/Cascadia Daily News)
By Connor J. Benintendi Sports Editor
Five years ago, playing for a state championship was an elusive dream for Anacortes football. 

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