Brothers continue Damascus football tradition
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Brothers continue Damascus football tradition

Gregg Frazier, an assistant coach with the Damascus High School football program, talks about what it's like to coach his younger brothers. Connor Frazier, Damascus quarterback, talks about what it means to be on the team. (Alan Goldenbach/The Washington Post)

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