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May 14, 2014 6:57 AM

High school sports: When family can mean more than the usual

The intertwining of sports and families often begins at a young age, whether it’s playing catch in the yard, shooting baskets in the driveway, or hitting golf balls at the driving range. The relationship often evolves over time as family members cheer for and support each other during games.

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