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November 16, 1998 | RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Gentlemen," the head coach says. Spaghetti-twirled forks freeze. Sixty high school football players snap to attention. On game days like this one, the varsity players wear ties and shirts with collars under their gold jerseys. That morning, defensive back Sara Rathbun put on her father's $16 tie and had him knot it for her. She's wearing his black Levi's, her No. 35 jersey and a tucked-in white Oxford shirt. Coach Rich Wheeler hates it when his players walk around with shirttails out.
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November 16, 1998 | RENEE TAWA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Gentlemen," the head coach says. Spaghetti-twirled forks freeze. Sixty high school football players snap to attention. On game days like this one, the varsity players wear ties and shirts with collars under their gold jerseys. That morning, defensive back Sara Rathbun put on her father's $16 tie and had him knot it for her. She's wearing his black Levi's, her No. 35 jersey and a tucked-in white Oxford shirt. Coach Rich Wheeler hates it when his players walk around with shirttails out.
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