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Years of lobbying his parents to play football paid off for Harvard-Westlake's Liam Douglass

Starting at the age of 8, Liam Douglass began a nine-year lobbying campaign to persuade his parents to let him play football. At 10, Douglass went on YouTube to learn how to do a PowerPoint presentation, then interrupted his parents watching a movie and showed them a 15-slide presentation. At 14,...
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