With graduation approaching quickly at Cascade High School, senior triplets (from left) Amanda, Brooke and Courtney Alcayaga take time to talk about their brother Michael, who died of leukemia in 2014, and about their futures. The triplets have been active in Cascade sports, and the school continues to honor Michael with an annual baseball game. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

With graduation approaching quickly at Cascade High School, senior triplets (from left) Amanda, Brooke and Courtney Alcayaga take time to talk about their brother Michael, who died of leukemia in 2014, and about their futures. The triplets have been active in Cascade sports, and the school continues to honor Michael with an annual baseball game. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

A bittersweet graduation for Everett triplets

Amanda, Brooke and Courtney Alcayaga will be remembering their older brother, lost to leukemia.

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