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Published: Monday, October 15, 2012, 10:15 a.m.

Stanwood's chain gang keeps the game moving

Photographic essay of Stanwood's chain gang at Friday football games

  • Stanwood football chain gang crew members Brett Reid, (left) and Dennis Thaut hold sticks between plays at a Friday night Stanwood High School footbal...

    Joe Dyer / The Herald

    Stanwood football chain gang crew members Brett Reid, (left) and Dennis Thaut hold sticks between plays at a Friday night Stanwood High School football game.

Herald photographer Joe Dyer spent a recent Friday night with the guys who make up the chain gang that work the Stanwood High School football games in the fall. Click here for a look at the photos Joe got of Gary Rygg and his crew.

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