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Students and Faculty At Perry Technical Institute Show Their 12th Man Pride

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 YAKIMA, WA.- There will be fans showing support for the Seattle Seahawks all over the Yakima Valley this weekend, but Perry Tech students got a jump on all the action.

Students and faculty gathered Thursday morning to show their 12th man pride, decked out in all their Seahawks gear for a student body photo.

They showed their support last year with a similar get together and they're hoping the Seahawks will take home another Superbowl title.

“I've been a Seahawk fan since there was Seahawks, that's 1976, so yea this is a dream come true for all of us,” Jerome Cobane, part of the Perry Tech faculty, told KNDO.

If you want to get in on the celebration other local events are planned for this weekend.

Friday CWU in Ellensburg will host a 12's rally at noon and in Yakima the city will host a Seahawk's pride rally at 6 in front of Capital Theatre.

You can also head down to Sarg Hubbard park on Saturday at 10 for a march and rally. 
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