Scene: Randolph hits the field for team's first practice
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Scene: Randolph hits the field for team's first practice

Natalie Randolph, one of only a handful of women to ever to be named coach for a high school football team, brings her Coolidge High School players onto the field for DCPS's first legal day to practice on Friday in D.C. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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