Seattle Sounders goalkeeper Tyler Miller signs a soccer ball for a student at Showalter Middle School in Tukwila on March 21. HEIDI SANDERS/Tukwila Reporter

Seattle Sounders players, MLS Cup trophy visit Tukwila’s Showalter Middle School | PHOTO GALLERY

Seattle Sounders players Tyler Miller andTony Alfaro and the 2016 Major League Soccer (MLS) Cup trophy visited students at Tuwkila’s Showalter Middle School on March 21.

Showalter won the visit from the Sounders through the United Way of King County’s Breakfast Challenge last spring. The district’s food service department increased the number of breakfasts served at the middle school from about 100 a day to more than 350.

Miller and Alfaro answered questions from students at a school-wide assembly before meeting with a smaller group of students to show off the MLS Cup and sign autographs.

Seattle Sounders goalkeeper Tyler Miller answers a question from a student at Showalter Middle School. HEIDI SANDERS/Tukwila Reporter

Tony Alfaro, of the Seattle Sounders, left, answers a question during an assembly at Showalter Middle School as his teammate, Tyler Miller, looks on. HEIDI SANDERS/Tukwila Reporter

Seattle Sounders goalkeeper Tyler Miller attempts to block a kick from a Showalter Middle School student. HEIDI SANDERS/Tukwila Reporter

Showalter Middle School students pose with Seattle Sounders players Tyler Miller and Tony Alfaro and the 2016 Major League Soccer Cup trophy. HEIDI SANDERS/Tukwila Reporter

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