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  • Local football players sign letters of intent

    Several local high school football standouts, including Modesto JC’s Mustafa Johnson, Central Catholic’s Dauson Booker and Turlock’s Dustin Grein, Took advantage of the early signing period And signed national letters of intent to play college football next season on Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017. (jcortez@modbee.com)