NEWMAN LAKE, Wash. - A Newman Lake teen on cloud nine after getting the Seahawk experience of a lifetime. Chase Palmer, 14, has Cystic Fibrosis, and was granted a wish by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
The teen decided the 12th man experience was the way to go. He spent several days in Seattle and then took in a Seahawks game. Palmer was able to meet Head Coach Pete Carroll and players like Russell Wilson.
"He's really nice and kind and he really cares about kids," Palmer said.
Carroll showed him around the Seahawk facilities, when game time rolled around Palmer got things started by taking the game ball to the refs.
"It was scary at first but when I did it, it wasn't as bad," Palmer said.
After he dropped of the game ball his family watch the game from the comfort of a suite.
"I would like to say thank you very much," Palmer said.
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