Natomas Grad and Football Pro to Headline Crab Feed

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Natomas High graduate and Miami Dolphins wide receiver Marlon Moore will headline the 10th annual Natomas High School Boosters crab feed next week.

Tickets are now being sold for the annual event which helps raise money for athletic programs at the high school.

Moore, 26, graduated from Natomas High in 2005, where he played football. He played college football at Fresno State and was signed by the San Francisco 49ers in March 2013 before being cut on Oct. 13.

Moore, who originally signed with Miami out of college as an unrestricted free agent in 2010, signed again with Miami in November and finished the season on the active roster. He totaled seven catches for 56 yards for both San Francisco and Miami in 2013.

The Natomas High graduate plans to attend the annual crab feed Saturday, Feb. 15 and is donating an autographed, game-day jersey to the silent auction.

Tickets for the crab feed are on sale now for $40 per person or 10 tickets for $375. Reserved tables for eight cost $300. Individual tickets will be $55 at the door.

The meal includes appetizers, bread, salad, pasta, hot crab and dessert. It will be served in the grand ballroom at Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza, 300 J Street. Doors will open at 5 p.m. and close at 7:30 p.m.

To order tickets, call (916) 616-8683. Trevor Horn contributed to this report.

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