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Ed Pranger     February 2, 1930  -  May 31, 1999


Ed was a dedicated father, grandfather and coach.  Ed spent the last ten years of his life coaching football and baseball in Thurston County.  Ed was able to coach his grandsons team as they won back to back BHJFL championships.  Prior to his retirement Ed served 26 years in the Army.  Ed served in both the Korean and Vietnam War.  Ed’s wife of 49 years described him as a very quite man. Through his coaching, Ed was not quite in his dedication and hard work helping youth in his community.  

Juneau, Alaska All-Stars
Vancouver, WA Falcons
Vancouver,WA Tigers
Shelton Kings
Burlington Bengals
University Place Vikings
Port Orchard Wolves
Gig Harbor 49ers
Gig Harbor Falcons
Gig Harbor Fighting Irish
Skyline Spartans
Redmond Mustangs
Bellevue Bears

Woodinville Falcons
Inglemoor Vikings
Bothell Cougars
New Port Knights
Renton 5 Star Cougars
Mercer Island Islanders
Puyallup Roughriders
Bainbridge Island Spartans
Lake Steilacoom Lancers
Spanaway Spartans
Cedar Park Christian Eagles
Parkland Raiders

Lacey Knights
Lacey Warriors
Lacey Lions
Lacey Storm
Lacey Panthers
Lacey Wolfpack
Lacey Hurricanes
Lacey Raiders
Lacey Tigers
Lacey Bulldogs
Lacey Crusaders
Lacey Wildcats
Lacey Cougars


Yelm Cyclones
Yelm Lightning
Lakewood Lumberjacks
Lakewood Lancers
Lakewood Jaguars
Tacoma East-Side Roughriders
Tacoma East-Side Panthers
Tacoma East-Side Angels
Tacoma Nor-West Rams
Tacoma South-End T-Birds
Tacoma South-End Wolfpack
Tacoma Al Davies Hurricanes

Past Ed Pranger Memorial Tournament Teams

States: 2        Washington St. Counties: 6        Leagues: 13        Teams: 50



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